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EIA: Criminal Law  Category

   
Castellano on Chaidez v. United States:  Supreme Court Limits Applicability of Criminal Defendants' Right to Immigration Advice (PDF)

Castellano on Chaidez v. United States: Supreme Court Limits Applicability of Criminal Defendants' Right to Immigration Advice (PDF)

Discusses the legal and practical significance of US v. Chaidez and offers suggestions on dealing with similar claims after Chaidez for the many non-citizens who face deportation on the basis of criminal convictions.

$57.00
Florida v. Harris: The United States Supreme Court holds Florida's Supreme Court was Barking up the Wrong Tree in a Dog Sniff Case (PDF)

Florida v. Harris: The United States Supreme Court holds Florida's Supreme Court was Barking up the Wrong Tree in a Dog Sniff Case (PDF)

The US Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, reversed the Florida Supreme Court and upheld the search at issue.

$57.00
Florida v. Jardines: The United States Supreme Court Puts a Leash on the Use of a Drug-Sniffing Dog on a Suspect's Front Porch (PDF)

Florida v. Jardines: The United States Supreme Court Puts a Leash on the Use of a Drug-Sniffing Dog on a Suspect's Front Porch (PDF)

In Florida v. Jardines, decided March 26, 2013, the Court held that a search within the meaning of the Fourth Amendment occurs when the police put a drug-sniffing dog on to the front porch with the intention of seeing if the dog reacts in such a way that the presence of drugs is indicated.

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High Speed Police Pursuit and The Fourth Amendment: Jay Shapiro on Plumhoff v. Rickard (PDF)

High Speed Police Pursuit and The Fourth Amendment: Jay Shapiro on Plumhoff v. Rickard (PDF)

In the civil context, a plaintiff's claims that police used excessive force in seizing a suspect is evaluated under the "reasonableness" standard of the Fourth Amendment. While the determinations are fact sensitive, there are specific encounters that arise with some frequency, such as a high speed car chase.

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Jay Shapiro on Fernandez v. California: Consent Searches and the Removal of the Non-consenting Suspect - The Court Takes Another Look at Georgia v. Randolph (PDF)

Jay Shapiro on Fernandez v. California: Consent Searches and the Removal of the Non-consenting Suspect - The Court Takes Another Look at Georgia v. Randolph (PDF)

This Term, the Court will have the opportunity to state whether its rule in Georgia v. Randolph is restricted to the very specific facts of that case or if there is a broader application of that holding.

$57.00