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Legal Update Podcast for Law Enforcement Professionals

Latest Episodes

Identify Passengers During Traffic Stops

United States v. Landeros 9thCIR 11JAN2019 Bruce-Alan Barnard explains the ruling in this case which answers the question: Can a traffic stop be extended simply because a passenger refuses to identify himself?

30 MIN1 w ago
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Identify Passengers During Traffic Stops

Catching Flies with Honey

United States v. Bernard, 4thCIR 24JUN2019 – In this case Bruce-Alan Barnard analyzes a case where consent is a key part of extending a traffic stop into an investigative detention and Fifth Amendment Miranda issues are created under the “functional equivalent of questioning.”

35 MINJUL 28
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Catching Flies with Honey

The Case of the Screen Door Sweep

United States v. Richmond 7th CIR 13MAY2019 Presented by LEA ONE – Bruce-Alan Barnard is your host and he discusses this case where the Seventh Circuit extends a Terry Frisk behind a front porch screen door.

21 MINMAY 19
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The Case of the Screen Door Sweep

Chalk it up as a SEARCH!

Taylor v. City of Saginaw, Sixth Circuit, 11APR2019 In this episode, Bruce discusses the case Taylor v. City of Saginaw where the Sixth Circuit held that merely touching a tire to put chalk on it to enforce parking laws is a search under the Fourth Amendment requiring a warrant or a Judicially Recognized Exception (JRE). … + Read More

31 MINAPR 29
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Chalk it up as a SEARCH!

When is a person seized?

United States v. Gaines, 10th Cir. 12MAR2019 In this case, Bruce-Alan Barnard explores two key parts of Search and Seizure Law: What constitutes a “seizure” of a person for Fourth Amendment purposes? When does the Attenuation Doctrine apply after a Fourth Amendment violation to keep evidence from being suppressed under the Exclusionary Rule? There is … + Read More

24 MINMAR 27
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When is a person seized?

He poked the tire!

United States v. Richmond 5th Cir. February 8, 2019 In the first Broadcast BLUE podcast of the 2019 season,retired FLETC Senior Legal Instructor Bruce-Alan Barnard summarizes and analyzes the case US v Richmond. This is a significant decision because it applies the definition of a search established by the Supreme Court in United States v. … + Read More

24 MINFEB 11
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He poked the tire!

Wenzel v. Storm – Use of Force and Qualified Immunity

In this case, retired FLETC Senior Legal Instructor Bruce-Alan Barnard analyzes a recent Eighth Circuit case Wenzel v. Storm released August 9, 2018. This case is about qualified immunity for use of deadly force in an altercation with an unarmed but belligerent suspect.

25 MIN2018 AUG 17
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Wenzel v. Storm – Use of Force and Qualified Immunity

US v Aiken 1st Cir (18DEC2017)

In this episode of Broadcast Blue, Bruce-Alan Barnard discusses the Fourth Amendment issues presented in United States v. Aiken. In this case, the First Circuit applies a three-prong test to determine if the guest of a guest in a motel room has a “reasonable expectation of privacy” in the motel room.

29 MIN2018 JUL 26
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US v Aiken 1st Cir (18DEC2017)

US v Highbull 8th Cir (6JUL2018)

United States v Highbull Private search and recovery of defendant’s cellphone by ex-girlfriend does not constitute government action as to trigger Fourth Amendment applicability.

26 MIN2018 JUL 23
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US v Highbull 8th Cir (6JUL2018)

Carpenter v. United States – Special Supreme Court Edition

Carpenter v United States – Special Supreme Court Edition. The US Supreme Court holds that the Third-Party Doctrine does not apply to Cell Site Location Information (CSLI) and it may be reasonable to expect privacy in location information held by third-party cellphone service providers.

26 MIN2018 JUL 23
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Carpenter v. United States – Special Supreme Court Edition
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Latest Episodes

Identify Passengers During Traffic Stops

United States v. Landeros 9thCIR 11JAN2019 Bruce-Alan Barnard explains the ruling in this case which answers the question: Can a traffic stop be extended simply because a passenger refuses to identify himself?

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Identify Passengers During Traffic Stops

Catching Flies with Honey

United States v. Bernard, 4thCIR 24JUN2019 – In this case Bruce-Alan Barnard analyzes a case where consent is a key part of extending a traffic stop into an investigative detention and Fifth Amendment Miranda issues are created under the “functional equivalent of questioning.”

35 MINJUL 28
Comments
Catching Flies with Honey

The Case of the Screen Door Sweep

United States v. Richmond 7th CIR 13MAY2019 Presented by LEA ONE – Bruce-Alan Barnard is your host and he discusses this case where the Seventh Circuit extends a Terry Frisk behind a front porch screen door.

21 MINMAY 19
Comments
The Case of the Screen Door Sweep

Chalk it up as a SEARCH!

Taylor v. City of Saginaw, Sixth Circuit, 11APR2019 In this episode, Bruce discusses the case Taylor v. City of Saginaw where the Sixth Circuit held that merely touching a tire to put chalk on it to enforce parking laws is a search under the Fourth Amendment requiring a warrant or a Judicially Recognized Exception (JRE). … + Read More

31 MINAPR 29
Comments
Chalk it up as a SEARCH!

When is a person seized?

United States v. Gaines, 10th Cir. 12MAR2019 In this case, Bruce-Alan Barnard explores two key parts of Search and Seizure Law: What constitutes a “seizure” of a person for Fourth Amendment purposes? When does the Attenuation Doctrine apply after a Fourth Amendment violation to keep evidence from being suppressed under the Exclusionary Rule? There is … + Read More

24 MINMAR 27
Comments
When is a person seized?

He poked the tire!

United States v. Richmond 5th Cir. February 8, 2019 In the first Broadcast BLUE podcast of the 2019 season,retired FLETC Senior Legal Instructor Bruce-Alan Barnard summarizes and analyzes the case US v Richmond. This is a significant decision because it applies the definition of a search established by the Supreme Court in United States v. … + Read More

24 MINFEB 11
Comments
He poked the tire!

Wenzel v. Storm – Use of Force and Qualified Immunity

In this case, retired FLETC Senior Legal Instructor Bruce-Alan Barnard analyzes a recent Eighth Circuit case Wenzel v. Storm released August 9, 2018. This case is about qualified immunity for use of deadly force in an altercation with an unarmed but belligerent suspect.

25 MIN2018 AUG 17
Comments
Wenzel v. Storm – Use of Force and Qualified Immunity

US v Aiken 1st Cir (18DEC2017)

In this episode of Broadcast Blue, Bruce-Alan Barnard discusses the Fourth Amendment issues presented in United States v. Aiken. In this case, the First Circuit applies a three-prong test to determine if the guest of a guest in a motel room has a “reasonable expectation of privacy” in the motel room.

29 MIN2018 JUL 26
Comments
US v Aiken 1st Cir (18DEC2017)

US v Highbull 8th Cir (6JUL2018)

United States v Highbull Private search and recovery of defendant’s cellphone by ex-girlfriend does not constitute government action as to trigger Fourth Amendment applicability.

26 MIN2018 JUL 23
Comments
US v Highbull 8th Cir (6JUL2018)

Carpenter v. United States – Special Supreme Court Edition

Carpenter v United States – Special Supreme Court Edition. The US Supreme Court holds that the Third-Party Doctrine does not apply to Cell Site Location Information (CSLI) and it may be reasonable to expect privacy in location information held by third-party cellphone service providers.

26 MIN2018 JUL 23
Comments
Carpenter v. United States – Special Supreme Court Edition
the END
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