Category Archives: Constitutional Law

DUE PROCESS REQUIRED TO EXCLUDE STUDENT FROM SCHOOL




ELEVENTH CIRCUIT citiing Supreme Court rules Valdosta State University student entitled to due process prior to being expelled – over his facebook page! (“[D]ue process requires, in connection with a suspension of 10 days or less, that the student be given … Continue reading

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Supreme Court of the United States Rules in GPS Vehicle Tracking Case




On January 23, 2012 – Supreme Court ruled agreeing that admission of the evidence obtained by warrantless use of the GPS tracking device violated the Fourth Amendment, reasoning that under a privacy expectation rationale that the Forth Amendment protects “the right … Continue reading

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