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Sixth Circuit Discusses Requirements For Probable Cause
Sixth Circuit Discusses Requirements For Probable Cause

An anonymous informant notified police about the presence of cocaine in Sidney Brown’s house and a search warrant was subsequently issued. When the police arrived, warrant in hand, they found the cocaine mentioned by the tipster along with a pistol and several thousands of ...

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Blog posts in May, 2013

  • Sixth Circuit Allows Crack Cocaine Defendants To Be Resentenced In Light Of Fair Sentencing Act

    In an important recent decision, U.S. v. Blewett , the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals found that the Fair Sentencing Act should apply retroactively. ...

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  • Sixth Circuit Tackles Electronic Filing Typos

    Everyone who does enough paperwork has surely made a mistake at some point. The wrong key was entered or the wrong box was checked. Thankfully, most ...

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  • NTSB Pushes States To Lower Legal Alcohol Limit

    The National Transportation Safety Board took a surprising step earlier this week when it recommended that the all states, including Tennessee, lower ...

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  • Sixth Circuit Discusses Validity Of Search Warrant That Lacked An Address

    This case began in 2008 when the Cincinnati Police were tipped off that a man named Kenneth Rose had sexually abused three minors. The police met with ...

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  • Interesting Sixth Circuit Opinion regarding Miranda Rights And Public Safety Exception

    An interesting opinion, especially in light of the recent Boston Marathon bombing and subsequent arrest, is the Sixth Circuit case of U.S. v. Hodge . ...

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