Hernández v. Mesa
Vol. 134 No. 1 In its landmark decision in Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of Federal Bureau of Narcotics, the Supreme Court held that a federal agent’s...
Responding to David E. Pozen & Lina M. Khan, A Skeptical View of Information FiduciariesResponse to A Skeptical View of Information Fiduciaries
Seventh Circuit Holds that Evidence Gathered Through an Unlawful Search of a Home May Be Admissible Under the Independent Source Doctrine Even if Tainted Evidence Is Described in the Warrant Application.
Ninth Circuit Limits the Scope of Warrantless Cell Phone Searches at the Border.
Eighth Circuit Grants Qualified Immunity to Officer Who Performed Takedown Maneuver on Nonviolent, Nonthreatening, Nonfleeing Misdemeanant.
Fifth Circuit Holds Medical Board Investigators Are Protected by Qualified Immunity in Warrantless Search of Records.