The Fourth Amendment and Third Party Doctrine After Carpenter (12/2018)
Access to these recorded training sessions and any accompanying materials is restricted to employees of federal public and community defender organizations; CJA panel attorneys who accept court appointments to federal criminal cases; and investigators, paralegals and other defense team members who work on CJA panel cases.

Last term, in Carpenter v. United States, the Supreme Court continued its recent trend of recognizing that "digital is different" when it comes to the Fourth Amendment. This session will discuss the Supreme Court's recent technology-related cases with a focus on Carpenter, its narrow holding and broad reasoning, and doors that may now be open for successful Fourth Amendment challenges.

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
December 01, 2018
The Fourth Amendment and Third Party Doctrine after Carpenter
Speaker Information
Megan Graham
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Defender Services Office Training Division
Minutes: 49.00
DSOTD Price:$0.00