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The 2016 Amendments To Criminal Rule 41: National Search Warrants To Seize Cyberspace, “Particularly” Speaking, Devin M. Adams Jan 2017

The 2016 Amendments To Criminal Rule 41: National Search Warrants To Seize Cyberspace, “Particularly” Speaking, Devin M. Adams

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George Orwell's dystopia, with the ever-watchful Big Brother, has seemingly become a reality with the recently passed amendments to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. Rule 41, governing searches and seizures, now permits magistrate judges to authorize agents- under a single warrant- to "remotely access," and simultaneously search, copy and seize information from an infinite number of unknown electronic devices in multiple districts anywhere in the country. The unlimited jurisdiction provision is triggered when a device's location is obscured through "technological means," or if agents are investigating computer crimes in five or more districts- regardless ...


Virginia Practice Series: Criminal Procedure Forms, 14th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal Jan 2012

Virginia Practice Series: Criminal Procedure Forms, 14th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal

Law Faculty Publications

Including forms suggested by practicing Virginia prosecutors and defense attorneys,Criminal Procedure Forms gives you the benefit of their years of experience. It also provides a number of official state forms used by circuit and district judges and magistrates. This companion to Criminal Procedure follows the outline of that work and includes forms for topics such as:

• Arrest

• Search and seizure

• Confession

• Identification

• Pretrial

• Trial

• Sentencing

• Judicial review


Virginia Criminal Procedure Forms, 4th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal Jan 2000

Virginia Criminal Procedure Forms, 4th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal

Law Faculty Publications

Including forms suggested by practicing Virginia prosecutors and defense attorneys, Criminal Procedure Forms gives you the benefit of their years of experience. It also provides a number of official state forms used by circuit and district judges and magistrates. This companion to Criminal Procedure follows the outline of that work and includes forms for topics such as:

• Arrest

• Search and seizure

• Confession

• Identification

• Pretrial

• Trial

• Sentencing

• Judicial review


Criminal Procedure, Ronald J. Bacigal Jul 1985

Criminal Procedure, Ronald J. Bacigal

Law Faculty Publications

This survey addresses only significant Virginia cases and statutes affecting Virginia criminal procedure. For discussion of the impact of federal court decisions, see R. Bacigal, Virginia Criminal Procedure (Supp. 1985).


Law And Tactics In Juvenile Cases, Adrienne E. Volenik Jan 1977

Law And Tactics In Juvenile Cases, Adrienne E. Volenik

Law Faculty Publications

Preparing a practice manual for legal services and defense attorneys located in all parts of the country is a difficult assignment. Despite differences in state juvenile codes and significant variations in the evolution of case law in each jurisdiction, there are common issues and problems in the juvenile and family law fields. Although this Manual is not designed to answer definitively questions of law that arise in a particular jurisdiction, it does present a comprehensive overview of the issues. In addition, it proposes solutions to the common problems, outlines challenges to improper practices, and suggests tactics to be employed in ...


Criminal Law And Procedure Eleventh Survey Of Florida Law - Part Four, David Frisch Jan 1974

Criminal Law And Procedure Eleventh Survey Of Florida Law - Part Four, David Frisch

Law Faculty Publications

This survey is a continuation of previous articles on the topic of Florida criminal law and procedure.