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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

CRL&P Daily Reads: Feb. 4, 2014

Chemerinsky says upcoming cases could force SCOTUS to confront question as to Fourth Amendment's protection for 'informational privacy'; and, sending text message forfeits sender's expectation of privacy as to its contents, says Oklahoma criminal appellate court.

Kansas, Arizona full steam ahead on attempts to require residents to show proof-of-citizenship when registering to vote.

Ninth Circuit blocks California law banning controversial conversion therapy for minors.

Louisiana execution delayed so two-drug cocktail used in 26-minute Ohio execution can be reviewed.

Justice Scalia warns students that interment of Japanese Americans during WWII could 'happen again.'

 

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