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Unconstitutional to allow defense counsel to concede guilt over defendant’s objection: USSC

The Supreme Court of the United States of America recently held that it is unconstitutional to allow defense counsel to concede guilt over the defendant’s intransigent and unambiguous objection, even when defense counsel’s experienced-based view is that confessing guilt offers … Continue reading

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No reasonable expectation of privacy in data emanating from cell phone; Fourth Amendment not violated: Sixth Circuit (USA)

United States Court of Appeals (Sixth Circuit) recently ruled that appellant did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the data emanating from his cell phone when government used the data to determine its real-time location and arrested him … Continue reading

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