By Robert C. Bonsib, Esq. & Megan E. Coleman, Esq. In a 2015 article captioned "Authenticating Evidence Found On Social Media and In Cell Phones - It's Complicated" we discussed a number of appellate opinions dealing with the introduction of cell phone...
“ZOOMING” Through The 6th Amendment
Challenges of Remote Video Trials and Hearings & Effect on the Right to Confront WItnesses through Effective Cross-Examination
FORGOT THAT THE GUN WAS IN YOUR BAG OR IN YOUR CAR? YOU ARE GUILTY – EVEN WHEN YOU MAY BE INNOCENT! SO SAYS THE COURT IN LAWRENCE V. STATE
By Robert C. Bonsib, Esq. & Megan E. Coleman, Esq. In Lawrence v. State, 257 A.3rd 588 (2021), the Court of Appeals (COA) was called upon to answer the following question: Is wearing, carrying, or transporting a handgun on or about one’s person a strict...
DRONE SURVEILLANCE – WHO’S WATCHING YOU
DRONE SURVEILLANCE INVADING YOUR PRIVACY AND SOME FOURTH AMENDMENT THOUGHTS By Robert C. Bonsib, Esq. and Megan E. Coleman, Esq. Transitioning from the days of rotary phones and TV sets that carried only three channels to the current era where it seems that there is a...
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