Blog Posts in March, 2013

Supreme Court Respect for Drug Sniffing Dogs Results in Stricter Use

The Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion today in Florida v. Jardines holding that police must have a search warrant in order to use drug sniffing dogs outside of a person's home. ...
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SCOTUS finds United States has Waived its Immunity to Liability in Armed Forces Medical Battery

The Supreme Court issued its opinion today on Levin v. U.S. and had held that the United States' may be sued for medial battery under the court's interpretation of the Gonzales Act. Typically, ...
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The Navy Marine Corps Court of Appeals Addresses Inequity of the Deployment Justice System

At Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan in 2011, a Marine Staff Sergeant was tried for charges stemming from sexual intercourse he engaged in on the base, contrary to MEF and base orders. At trial, the Staff ...
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