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April 2017
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Thursday, March 30th, 2017
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21 | The Time Has Come to Tear Down the Iron Curtain Between the Constitution and Texas Prisons: How to Challenge a Warrantless Jail Cell Search - By Mark Stevens
26 | Flowchart on DPS Surcharges - By Ted Wood
37 | Status Update: The Fourth Amendment Is Unlikely to Protect Social Media Footprints - By Katherine Devlin
The Time Has Come to Tear Down the Iron Curtain Between the Constitution and Texas Prisons
Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Let’s say a prosecutor has a hunch your client might have something in his cell that could be used against him in his upcoming trial. Maybe a weapon, or drugs, or perhaps a journal in which he has written something that might incriminate him, or at least make him look bad.

Flowchart on DPS Surcharges
Thursday, March 30th, 2017

The flowchart consists of two pages.

Look Here: 4th Amendment Musings - Apr2017
Thursday, March 30th, 2017

“Every man’s house is his castle” has been a concept celebrated throughout U.S. history, stemming from the colonials and their British roots. See generally Semayne’s Case, 5 Coke’s Repts. 91a, 77 Eng. Rep. 194 (K.B. 1604).

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