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A US federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that law officers have the right to search a cellphone for its phone number without a warrant, following a recent Indiana case in which prosecutors used evidence that police found on cellphones during an arrest.
According to a new ruling, the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. constitution does not protect your hard drive from being used as evidence.
Movies and TV shows often depict crime with a police officer handcuffing a suspect and warning him that he has the right to remain silent.
CHICAGO, July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An annual report released this month by the Illinois Department of Transportation reveals that Illinois State Police troopers continued to ask motorists of color for permission to search their car without cause at a higher rate than white drivers during 2010.
Patituce & Associates have developed a reputation for aggressively, and successfully, defending their clients in State and Federal Court throughout Ohio. Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) May 06, 2011 Patituce & Associates announces that it has expanded its federal practice to include weekend consultations in addition to the vast array of other consultation options they offer.
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OAK BROOK, Ill., Aug. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS), a leader in environmental, safety and transportation solutions, announced that a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania jury absolved the Company from any liability in lawsuits brought by nine Philadelphia firefighters.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- In a decision of importance to the case at hand and all cases involving claims of attorney-client or work product privilege, the Honorable Cynthia M.
Border security is becoming even more invasive, as many agents are now not only searching through travelersâ€™ luggage, they also want to know the personal details stored on their digital devices.
By Elizabeth Stull Certain coercive investigative policies adopted by the Department of Justice in 1999 have been withdrawn but some lawyers say federal legislation is necessary to protect their clients' constitutional rights in the future.
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