Supreme Court Reaffirms Fourth Amendment Warrant Requirement
In a recent U. S. Supreme Court opinion, it was held that a police dog was prohibited under the Fourth Amendment from approaching a home's porch to perform a "dog sniff" investigation without a search warrant. Florida -v- Jardines, Case # 11-564.
High Court Rules Speedy Trial Bars New Charges
In People v. Dewayne Hunter, No. 114100, the Supreme Court ruled that speedy trial rights bar new charges even where defendant is on bond, where defendant filed a speedy trial demand at the outset.
Cronson scheduled to argue before the First District Appellate Court in American Economy Insurance -v- Andrew Greeley
Claim to One Million dollars underinsured motorist's proceeds to be settled by Second Division.
Appellate court rules in favor of Father Andrew Greeley
The second division of the first district appellate court rules Andrew Greeley is entitled to the benefits of his 1 million dollar underinsured motorist policy.
New lien ruling favors plaintiffs
The Fifth District appellate court opinion in Stanton v. Rea gives plaintiffs a recovery even where total liens exceed the judgment.
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