A judge’s ruling Wednesday on a request to authorize a class action lawsuit over the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) use of “stop-and-frisk” searches could see more than 1 million people line up to file claims against the department for violating their constitutional rights.Read more »
Federal Appeals court rules that police don't need warrant to search cellphones, they're like "diaries".Read more »
The California Court of Appeal on September 26 approved a police officer's rifling through the cell phone belonging to someone who had just been pulled over for a traffic violation.Read more »
A tip from a supposed "psychic" that dismembered bodies were on a rural property caused law enforcement officers to descend upon a Texas farmhouse Tuesday, but they found no bodies. Liberty County Judge Craig McNair told reporters at the scene about 8:15 p.m. that tips had come in Monday night and Tuesday morning from a supposed psychic of dismembered bodies on the property.Read more »
The Indiana State Supreme Court has just nullified the Fourth Amendment and the equivalent provision of that state’s constitution, in addition to “a common law dating back to the English Magna Carta of 1215,” notes a wire service report. In a 3–2 decision, the court has ruled that Indiana residents have no right to obstruct unlawful police incursions into their homes.Read more »
Google searches, GoogleMaps, GPS geotags, photos (yes, even THAT one!), videos, contacts, text messages... EVERYTHING!Read more »
Police arrest a citizen, openly threaten him and point a gun at him, then arrest and illegally detain him for 45 minutes. They also smashed his cell phone in an unsuccessful attempt to destroy the recording made of him.Read more »
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