The Second Circuit Monday held that evidence of access to child pornography on a single occasion, absent deliberate intent, does not support an inference that the suspect is hoarding the illegal images. A divided court, however, held that agents who conducted the raid were acting in good faith reliance on the invalid search warrant.
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In the Matter of Natasha M. McDougall, admitted as Natasha Maria McDougall an attorney and counselor- at-law (Attorney Registration No. 4427449), 2013-09465
Not Disclosing Old Shoplifting Charge Leads to Censure
Baofen Li, Petitioner v. Eric H. Holder, Jr., United States Attorney General, Respondent, 13-2600 NAC
Chinese Muslim Seeking Asylum Loses Appeal
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