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Today's increasingly-connected society relies more and more upon the Internet. As these connections grow, criminals are conducting a larger number of activities online.
Actions by law enforcement officers that affect first amendment rights have received increased attention in light of technologies such as cell phones that can take photographs or record sounds and video.
Mobile devices are everywhere. Cisco® systems, the networking giant, has postulated that the number of internet connected mobile devices will surpass the world population by the end of 2013.
For 30 years, lawyers and police officers operated under the bright line rule of New York v. Belton. Vehicle searches incident to the arrest of a vehicle occupant were routine.
Electronic surveillance, including expanded use of GPS tracking, has become a widely used law enforcement tool in criminal investigations. The rules regarding admissibility of this evidence in criminal trials are still...
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