A federal judge in Florida says law enforcement should have obtained a warrant to track a cellphone in real-time. Read more about it here…
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Oakland Police Department in California held a hearing on privacy issues and cellphone trackers. Read more about it here…
An Illinois law recently passed limits how law enforcement can use cellphone trackers. Read more about it here…
A federal judge suppressed evidence obtained through use of a stingray device. Read more about it here…
Roadside field kits provide a quick response for cops in the field, but their reliability is questionable. Read more about it here…
Many forensic laboratories fall within the control of law enforcement agencies. Should crime labs have more independence? Read more.
Dry-labbing is a term when a forensic lab does not actually do testing documentation otherwise suggests were performed. Read more.
The Washington, D.C. Crime Lab has reopened after being shut down for poor quality control procedures. Read more.
A powdered sugar drink landed a student in jail. Read more.
A Texas crime laboratory has instituted new testing protocols, calling in to question cases that had previously been resolved. Read more.
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