Petitions of the week – SCOTUSblog
Posted Fri, April 26th, 2019 9:27 am by Aurora Barnes
This week we spotlight petitions pending earlier than the Supreme Court docket that deal with, amongst different issues, whether or not the Chapter Code abrogates the sovereign immunity of Indian tribes, the constitutionality of an “information-seeking” police cease, the particularized-nexus requirement for possible trigger, and whether or not a dog-sniff within the frequent space of an condominium constructing is a search below the Fourth Modification.
The petitions of the week are:
Subject: Whether or not Illinois v. Lidster permits the police to cease a prison suspect within the absence of affordable suspicion on the bottom that the cease is merely “information-seeking.”
Subject: Whether or not the Chapter Code abrogates the sovereign immunity of Indian tribes.
Points: (1) Whether or not a sniff by a drug-detection canine carried out within the frequent space of an condominium constructing is a Fourth Modification search below Florida v. Jardines; and (2) whether or not, if the dog-sniff was an unreasonable search, the good-faith exception to the exclusionary rule applies.
Subject: Whether or not a search-warrant software that fails to offer any particularized nexus between a person’s alleged drug-trafficking exercise and the person’s residence can present possible trigger for a warrant to look the residence.
Posted in Sievers v. Nebraska, Buchwald Capital Advisors LLC v. Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Illinois v. Bonilla, Zamudio v. U.S., Circumstances within the Pipeline
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