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Incidental Seizure of Emails between Foreign National and Defendant Did Not Violate Fourth Amendment Rights

The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently found that an individual’s Fourth Amendment rights were not violated when his communications with an overseas foreign national were incidentally intercepted.

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Qualified Immunity Granted where Probable Cause Could Have Occurred to Different Officer

The Ninth Circuit recently granted qualified immunity to an officer who arrested a driver without actually possessing probable cause to authorize the arrest because a reasonable officer could have known that probable cause did exist for the arrest. 

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Franks Challenge Denied Despite Reckless Omission of Evidence

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit recently found that the reckless omission of facts regarding an individual’s confinement to certain living areas of a residence did not prevent a finding of probable cause that the individual conducted criminal activity in other areas of the home. 

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