Suppressing Criminal Evidence
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The new edition of Suppressing Criminal Evidence overflows with practical, use-it-today information and tools to help you litigate suppression issues more aggressively, more efficiently, and with greater success. The highlights include 7 New Forms and New and Updated Coverage of Key Issues including:
- Tips for bringing a motion to suppress when a roommate acts as an agent of the police
- Challenging a warrant based on stale information; unlawful manner of entry
- New Form: Motion to Suppress Evidence from Warrantless Search of D’s Bedroom
- New Form: Motion to Suppress Evidence from Police Body Camera and Snapchat Search
PROBABLE CAUSE AND REASONABLE SUSPICION
- Probable cause and facial recognition technology
- Challenging ShotSpotter stops
- Racial profiling: constitutional and statutory arguments for suppression
- Using local data/statistics to prove an area is not “high crime”
MOTOR VEHICLE SEARCHES
- New Form: Motion to Suppress: No Probable Cause to Search Vehicle Based on Alleged Odor of
Marijuana (CBD case)
SPECIAL NEEDS AND OTHER FOURTH AMENDMENT SEARCHES
- Limits on suspicionless search of cell phone of persons on supervised release
- New Form: Motion to Suppress Use of Defendant’s Post-Arrest Medical Records at Trial
- New Form: Motion to Dismiss Due to Government’s Destruction of Potentially Exculpatory Evidence
SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
- Abortion, privacy and prosecutions post-Dobbs
- Challenging a geofence warrant or warrantless seizure of this information
- Reverse keyword searches as a means of cell phone location tracking
- New Form: Motion to Suppress Evidence and Statements Obtained as a Result of Compelled Production
of Cellphone Password
- New Form: Motion to Suppress Warrantless Search of Automatic License Plate Reader Database
LITIGATING MIRANDA RIGHTS
- Practical tips for suppressing evidence on grounds that interrogator undermined Miranda
- Race and so-called ambiguous requests for counsel
- Challenging a show-up identification when the witness is a police officer
- Precluding eyewitness identification under a rules of evidence analysis
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