Antisocial Media: Court Critical of Cop Capturing Curious Citizen’s Cellphone
By: E. Charles Reed, Jr.
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has held that a police officer violates clearly established law by seizing a bystander’s cellphone at an accident scene in the absence of exigent circumstances.
With the rise of …
Does the Fourth Amendment Allow for a Forced Blood Draw after a DUI? – Part II
By: Sun Choy
In a previous post, I posed this question in light of the oral argument in Missouri v. McNeely. This week, the Supreme Court answered by holding that requiring a warrant under the Fourth Amendment “must be …