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Archives - March 2013

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Mar

Little-Known Surveillance Tool Called Stingray Raises Concerns by Judges, Privacy Activists

From The Washington Post. Click HERE for original story. By Ellen Nakashima, Published: March 27 Federal investigators in Northern California routinely used a sophisticated surveillance system to scoop up data from cellphones and other wireless devices in an effort to track criminal suspects — but failed to detail the practice to judges authorizing the probes. …

29
Mar

San Diego Criminal Lawyer Blog: Brady Discovery Applies Prior to Prelim

In this case, the prosecutor failed to give photographs to the public defender to the preliminary examination. The public defender contended, after he found out about the withholding of evidence, that the pictures were exculpatory and that the failure to disclose them violated Brady (373 U.S. 83). The California Court of Appeal agrees that Brady …

24
Mar

CRIMINAL DEFENSE NEWS: Innocent Man Released After 23 years has Heart Attack

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