Does the Constitution guarantee the right to a unanimous verdict in state criminal trials?
The Arizona Supreme Court properly reevaluated McKinney’s death sentence.
The United States and Alabama can prosecute Gamble for the same act.
The defendants’ prior convictions count as burglary under the federal law.
The government needs a 4th Amendment warrant (with probable cause) to get your cell phone location data.
The lower court justified itself sufficiently in making the sentence adjustment.
The Fifth Circuit used the wrong standard in deciding when to fix a judge’s mistake. It must reconsider Rosales-Mireles’ case.
A parked auto in a driveway is part of a house. Police need a warrant to search it.
The wiretap order was not “facially insufficient,” so Dahda cannot get the communications suppressed.
A person can have 4th Amendment privacy against police search when driving a rental car, even if the person is not listed on the car lease.
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