Articles Tagged with “Consent searches”

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Gentle readers, the ABA has, for the third year in a row, said that this is one of the best legal blogs in the land. Thank you very much for writing in to the ABA to promote this blog and, I assume, bribe them.

2013_Blawg100Honoree_150x150.jpgHere’s a list of all the ABA Blog 100 blogs. You can also vote for this blog in the criminal justice category.

This week, not counting the Migdal win we saw last week, there is but one win.

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Dear Readers,

Apologies for posting so sparsely lately. Between covering the end of the Supreme Court term for Above the Law (see posts here or here if you’d like) and this day job as a lawyer, I’ve been remiss in keeping you up to date on what’s what in the circuits.

Today, please find the Short Wins for the last two weeks. My personal favorite is United States v. Huizar-Velazquez because there simply isn’t enough law on criminal importation of wire hangars.