Updated on July 18, 2022
“Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace”: Appellate Advocacy Basics in the World of Criminal Procedure
Defendant’s constitutional claims abandoned because he “failed to adequately brief” the issues.
Updated on January 8, 2019
Drivers May Have Apparent Authority to Consent to Search of Passenger’s Bag
State v. Bogges, No. 111,361 (Kan. Aug. 24, 2018) Issue: If a driver gives permission to search his car, a law enforcement officer can search bags in the car so long as it’s reasonable to believe the driver had authority …
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