But we deal here not with a front porch (Mr. Habich’s house does not have one) [...]
Does Questioning the Indirect Travel from Houston to Detroit Violate the ‘Rodriguez’ Moment to Delay a Traffic Stop for a Canine Sniff?
Putting all of these pieces together, Officer Lay had reasonable suspicion suff [...]
If a Suspect Provides a Pre-Miranda Incriminating Statements that are not Compelled or Coerced are the statements Admissible?
[T]he officers showed little interest in getting Mr. Woolridge to talk. They d [...]
If Law Enforcement Incorrectly Determines that Probable Cause was Not Established Can an Appellate Court Later Determine that There was Probable Cause and Admit the Evidence?
Yes! Taken together, these facts established a "fair probability" that the car [...]
In the Sixth Circuit Appellate Court … for an Item to be Admissible Under the Plain View Doctrine, it Must be ‘Immediately Apparent’ to the Officers at Scene and ‘Sluggishly Apparent’ to the Judge while Watching Body Camera Video in His Office
The objects purportedly seen by Det. Kopchak were not immediately and apparentl [...]
Must Law Enforcement Use a Taser on a Mentally Ill, Armed, Threatening Suspect because it is a ‘best technique’ or is Deadly Force Objectively Reasonable?
But “[T]he Fourth Amendment does not require officers to use the best technique [...]
Were the Restraint Techniques used Reasonable? Even if the Coroner concluded Mr. Thomas’ Cause of Death was a Cocaine Induced Delirium?
Because Plaintiff Wiley cannot show that Mr. Thomas had a clearly established r [...]