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2018 PATC Legal Articles

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The United States Supreme Court holds that the police had probable cause to arrest partygoers in a vacant house
2/28   Jim Chapman, Attorney

A District Court grants, in part, and denies, in part, a Defendantís motion to suppress after concluding that some of the statements that he made to law enforcement officers were made in violation of his Constitutional rights while others were not
2/21   Jim Chapman, Attorney

The Court of Appeals of Texas holds that a warrantless search during an arson investigation did not violate the Defendantís constitutional rights and the fruits of the search did not need to be suppressed
2/14   Jim Chapman, Attorney

A District Court suppresses the evidence against a Defendant after concluding that the law enforcement officerís search of the Defendantís vehicle was unconstitutional
2/7   Jim Chapman, Attorney

A District Court finds that a State Trooper had reasonable suspicion to stop the Defendantís vehicle and, therefore, denies the Defendantís motion to suppress
1/31   Jim Chapman, Attorney

The Eighth Circuit affirms the District Courtís denial of a Defendantís motion to suppress after concluding that the Defendantís pre-arrest interview was not custodial and after finding that the Defendant did not clearly and unequivocally assert his Fifth Amendment right to counsel during the post-arrest interview
1/24   Jim Chapman, Attorney

The Sixth Circuit upholds a Defendantís conviction after agreeing with the District Court that the Defendantís Sixth Amendment rights were not violated when he made inculpatory statements to law enforcement officers
1/17   Jim Chapman, Attorney

The Ninth Circuit agrees with the District Court that law enforcement officers violated the Defendantís Fourth Amendment rights. Therefore, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the District Courtís granting of the Defendantís motion to suppress and ordered law enforcement to return $167,070.00 to the Defendant
1/10   Jim Chapman, Attorney

 

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