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... Ballard had argued that the initial warrant to search his storage unit was invalid as a general warrant and any evidence that came...
...individual with lawful control of a gun has utilized a secure gun storage or safety device, and has not authorized or permitted access to the...
Lawfully immobilizing a vehicle on a finding its driver is unlicensed does not provide reason to perform an inventory search, a divided state Supreme Court has ruled
In Klayman v. Obama,, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia enjoined the National Security Agency and FBI from receiving telephonic metadata in bulk from telephone carriers and Interne
In an era in which employees and the information to which they have access are more mobile than ever, it is critical that companies evaluate and ensure that they are using best practices as well as m
A police officer whose service-issued handgun was used by his son to kill the son's estranged girlfriend is entitled to statutory immunity, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled
...disclose. In Gnagey Gas & Oil v. Pennsylvania Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund, a three-judge panel of the Commonwealth Court...
It is hardly news that amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have been proposed and are generating considerable reaction. A careful look at some of them, however, will make the reader wo
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