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  1. Judge Admonished for Facebook Post
  2. Roberts Court at 10: The Fourth Amendment
  3. Judge's Facebook Comments Raise Ethics Questions
  4. E-Discovery, the Fourth Amendment and New Technology
  5. Duke Adjunct Receives Distinguished Teaching Award
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Judge Admonished for Facebook Post

David Kravets at arstechnica.com reports that a judge in Texas has been reprimanded her Facebook posts about a trial over which she was presiding. The State Commission on Judicial Conduct ordered the judge to enroll in a four-hour class on...
    


Roberts Court at 10: The Fourth Amendment

On September 29, 2005, The United States Senate confirmed then appellate court judge John Roberts to be Chief Justice of the United States. The current October 2014 Term for that court marks the tenth term completed with Roberts at the...
    

Judge's Facebook Comments Raise Ethics Questions

From the ABA Journal earlier this week: A judge in Louisville, Kentucky, says he was cautioning parents about racial stereotypes when he criticized a victim-impact statement on Facebook. [The judge}...didn’t identify the crime victims by name when he wrote about...
    


E-Discovery, the Fourth Amendment and New Technology

I am always amazed at the ways new technologies raise into Fourth Amendment questions. Monday, Michael Rich (Elon) posted "Machine Learning, Automated Suspicion Algorithms, and the Fourth Amendment." on SSRN as yet another example of a new technology giving rise...
    

Duke Adjunct Receives Distinguished Teaching Award

Professor Paul Caron who owns the law professor blog network that hosts this blog and is the editor of Tax Prof Blog recently sent me a note to inform me that Daniel Bowling, III received a distinguished teaching award. While...
    


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