The Illinois Senate on Thursday wrapped up its work for the year, leaving the Capitol after sending Gov. Pat Quinn measures that would create a bobcat hunting season in Illinois and put in place new rules regarding eavesdropping. The Senate’s departure comes after the House went home a day earlier without voting on a measure […]
High court limits cellphone searches
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A unanimous Supreme Court says police may not generally search the cellphones of people they arrest without first getting search warrants.
Del Prete Released from Prison
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Illinois eavesdropping law is one of the strictest in the nation deeming it illegal to audio record anyone without their consent. However that has changed as the Illinois Supreme Court decides to strike down on this strict law. Read about it here and read about a case involving Annabel Melongo who spent time in Cook County Jail […]
Tennessee Supreme Court Says Cops Can Ignore Sobriety Test
The Tennessee Supreme Court decided on Thursday that the only use for roadside sobriety tests is to collect evidence against motorists, using them to convict individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). The high court justices overturned an appellate decision from 2012 that found a driver who passed six of the tests with […]