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December 2016 Archives

Cell phones, password protection, and constitutional rights, P.1

Privacy is an important issue when it comes to criminal investigations. Law enforcement officers are required to follow very specific rules related to privacy, and their failure to do so is an infringement of the constitutional rights of criminal suspects. With the popularity of cell phones and other mobile devices, the question of privacy is coming up more often in criminal cases.

Former NFL quarterback reaches plea deal in domestic violence case

Some of our Florida readers may be familiar with the name Johnny Manziel, the former Cleveland Browns quarterback who played with the team for two seasons. At the beginning of the year, Manziel was targeted by the Dallas Police Department in a domestic violence investigation involving a former girlfriend.

Wire fraud deserves the coverage it gets

Late last month, State Representative Reggie Fullwood pleaded guilty to federal charges of wire fraud, thereby ending his campaign for re-election (and forfeiting, too, his own right to vote). Fullwood had been indicted earlier this year on 14 criminal counts, most of which stemmed from using contributions to his campaign for his personal benefit.

Predictive policing technology raises civil rights concerns

In previous posts, we’ve looked at the emerging issue of facial recognition technology in law enforcement, and the constitutional issues it may raise for criminal suspects. As we noted in those posts, the technology law enforcement has at its disposal is constantly changing, constantly improving, and the threats to privacy are therefore ongoing.

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