Civil & Human Rights Articles
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The Court’s decision in Kentucky v. King, 131 S. Ct. 1849, was many years in the making, necessitated by a need to resolve an increasing discrepancy between various state high courts and the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
This comment analyzes how the High Court might address a challenge to police actions in light of its decision in Kentucky v. King.
New Orleans Case Deals with Employee Benefits
Discusses the police using license plate readers at red lights and other times to use as reasonable suspicion and probable cause to pull vehicles over.
In courts across the United States, the government and defense attorneys are battling it out to determine whether police can search a personâ€™s cell phone for evidence, without seeking a search warrant.
Outlines the motor vehicle search exception and the scope of such exception when applied by police officers.
In California, generally, there are four types of invasion of privacy causes of action: 1. Public Disclosure of Private Facts; 2. Intrusion into Private Matters; 3. Misappropriation of Person's Name or Likeness; and 4. Portraying a Person in a False Light.
Bail Determinations for Immigrant criminal defendants with ICE holds
Detentions by ICE & Deportation
Human Trafficking on the U.S. - Mexico Border: Is There a Nexus with Immigration Policies?