Posts Tagged ‘search warrant’

Reciprocity and Reciprocal Carry, Part 7 in a 9 Part Series

Reciprocity and Reciprocal Carry, Part 7 in a 9 Part Series: Law Enforcement Encounters in Other States In perhaps a controversial blog in this series on reciprocal carry, I put forth what most attorneys could indicate are general rules for law enforcement encounters in foreign states with reciprocal carry. This blog covers some common issues that may arise, such as identifying yourself to law enforcement officers, to what position a defense attorney, without knowing the specific facts of a case, would take with the use of deadly force. You should know and understand such general rules, or Read More >>

What the Scotus Decision in United States v. Jones Regarding GPS Surveillance Means to You

What the Scotus Decision in United States v. Jones Regarding GPS Surveillance Mean to You

By: Bryan L. Ciyou, Esq. In this blog post, and consistent with the educational objectives of our site, I distill the essence of the United States Supreme Court’s January 23, 2012 decision in United States v. Jones. This case involves the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Fourth Amendment protects citizens (and some non-citizens) from government seizure of their property; it provides, in pertinent part, that “[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be Read More >>