The numerical results provided by a breath testing device are not rendered unreliable by alleged source code errors, the Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled.Read More »
A former Goldman Sachs employee did not violate federal criminal statutes when he allegedly took the investment firm’s proprietary computer source code for use in another business, the 2nd Circuit has ruled in reversing his convictions.Read More »
As usual, there were a number of noteworthy decisions from federal and state courts in 2011: 1. Topping the list is the 11th Circuit’s decision to strike down the individual mandate in the new federal healthcare reform law. The federal ...
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State law affords a drunk driving defendant the means to obtain from an out-of-state corporation the source code for the breath testing machine used in her arrest, the Georgia Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a conviction.Read More »
The fight over the digital code that runs breath-test machines for suspected drunken drivers will shift into Minnesota courtrooms now that a federal judge has ruled, a prominent defense lawyer said. "It's not over," said Chuck Ramsay, one of the lead criminal defense lawyers in the fight against the settlement approved Thursday by U.S. District Court Judge Donovan Frank.Read More »