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What Hacking Software Out There as a result of the NSA Hack According to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, a recent leak of supposedly secret NSA hacking tools reflects an escalation of tensions between Russia and the United States. For others, however, he points to concerns about what, if any, privacy is still available to the […]

In American jurisprudence it suffices that the testimony of one witness who is believed is sufficient for a conviction.  The Bible disagrees.  The Bible says the following in Deuteronomy 19:15, as it relates to criminal inquests and prosecutions: “A single witness shall not suffice against a person for any crime or for any wrong in […]

THE FRUITS OF AN ILLEGAL SEARCH OR SEIZURE ARE TAINTED AND MAY NOT BE USED AS EVIDENCE Evidence seized as the result of a search or seizure (or an arrest) which has exceeded permissible bounds is the “fruit of the poisonous tree” and must be excluded. Wong Sun v. United States, (1973) 371 U.S. 471. Thus confessions, […]

Cats are juxtaposed to drug sniffing dogs.  It’s an unfair juxtaposition.  The cat is the internet’s favorite animal.  The internet has it all wrong about cats.  Caturday has given way to Sundog. How did cats and drug sniffing dogs come out of a conversation about encrypted chat messaging? Sometimes one conversation morphs into another.  On […]

I’ve defended a lot of cases where police found drugs in a home and parents get charged with 273a(a) — felony child abuse.  Some involve cocaine.  The only times I’ve ever seen a positive test in a child is when they get into pot brownies or marijuana-infused candy. Though police “experts” testify this is dangerous […]

 

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