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Privacy of Phone Data Protected by Court Ruling

On October 16, the Florida Supreme Court overturned a conviction made by tracking a cell phone user's location. At the time of his arrest in Broward County, the man had $23,000 in cash and a ...
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Prosecutorial Misconduct: Has Withholding Evidence Become Common?

Prosecutors have a Constitutional duty to turn over any exculpatory evidence to the defense, particularly when that evidence could affect the verdict or sentence. Although generally prosecutors ...
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