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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

People v Frederick Limits Knock And Announce Protocol

People v Frederick Limits Knock And Announce By Police Recently, in People v Frederick the Michigan Supreme Court limited police in their use of knock and announce procedures. Under constitutional interpretation, Courts in the past have consistently upheld the police using knock and announce procedures. What is knock and announce, you may ask? This is …

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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

Government Hacking Is Constitutional Without Warrant, Fed Judge Rules

Federal Judge Rules Government Hacking Is Constitutional Without Warrant In June 2016, a Federal Judge ruled Government hacking is Constitutional, after it had been discovered that the FBI had utilized malware on a private computer to obtain specific I.P. addresses of individuals accessing a particular website. It is worth noting at this point in the discussion …

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Medical Marijuana Tips – Staying Safe With Medical Marijuana

    MEDICAL MARIJUANA TIPS – FOR YOUR SAFETY This marijuana tips flier, poster or card was made for individuals who are medical marijuana patients and caregivers. It was created in order to provide you with vital and important information dealing with medical marihuana here in the State of Michigan. Knowing the law then maintaining …

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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

Stop And Frisk Searches By Police Officers – United States v Noble

Stop And Frisk Searches By Police Officers – United States v Noble Explained On August 8, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals in the 6th Circuit, in United States v Noble, explained the limits and constraints place on an officer when he chooses to perform a Terry Stop and frisk searches on individuals. The Court explained …

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GPS Tracking Devices – United States v Jones – Michigan Criminal & Marijuana Attorney

GPS Tracking Devices In United States v Jones – United States Supreme Court The United States Supreme Court held that GPS tracking devices were not allowed to be attached an individual?s vehicle unless the government has first obtained a warrant to attach such a device. See United States v Jones. The defendant Jones was being …

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When To Deny Consent To Search – Michigan Criminal & Marijuana Lawyer

Consent To Search – When To Deny?? A consent to search occurs more often than not. Many people believe that if they agree to consent to search it may provide for a better outcome with the police officer. That is not always true, and it is best to never consent to search. The State or …

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