White-Collar Crime

Executing Search Warrants in the Digital Age: 'United States v. Wey'

, New York Law Journal


White-Collar Crime columnists Robert J. Anello and Richard F. Albert look at a recent high-profile Fourth Amendment victory for the defense in 'U.S. v. Wey' in light of the Second Circuit's final opinion in 'U.S. v. Ganias,' as well as a recent decision in 'In re 650 Fifth Avenue and Related Properties,' which declined suppression despite agents' reliance on a search warrant having constitutional infirmities strikingly similar to those in 'Wey.'

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