The state could be sanctioned for its failure to preserve a police video recording of a drunk driving arrest, the Illinois Supreme Court has ruled in affirming judgment.
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A child pornography suspect’s open acknowledgement that he might destroy his computer justified the warrantless seizure of the device by police, the Utah Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a suppression order.Read More »
A pathologist could not claim an absolute privilege from liability when sued for preparing an allegedly erroneous autopsy report that resulted in the plaintiff’s criminal prosecution, the Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a dismissal.Read More »
SAN FRANCISCO – The en banc 9th Circuit heard oral arguments yesterday on the question of when an employee can be prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for accessing information on a company computer.Read More »