Tag Archives: Fourth Amendment

Not probable cause for a search?

Both from Harper’s Weekly Review: If what’s below didn’t pass muster as probable cause for a legal search, what was Comey and the FBI doing with the laptop emails?* A judge in British Columbia ruled that the Royal Canadian Mounted … Continue reading

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Takes a woman to slam “overseizure” of those damn emails

In case you, like I, were wondering how the FBI was permitted to seize Huma Abedin’s and Anthony Weiner’s internal communications, here’s an answer: it’s problematic. I’m going to point out that a woman lawyer, Maranda Fritz, is the one … Continue reading

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Stop and frisk? Not in scary, scary Georgia

“There is not an airport official in the world who would say that carrying an AR-15 makes sense. So the question is why would that be allowed to happen?” Source: Gun Rights Vs. Public Discomfort In Georgia – The National … Continue reading

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