Tag: trial

(Unallocated) Space, the Final Frontier: New Interpretations of What Constitutes Possession of Child Pornography

State v. Ballantyne, No. 125,064, 2024 WL 388161 (Kan. Ct. App. Feb. 2, 2024). Author: Jay Shank, Staff Editor Issue: Does child pornography stored within a computer’s unallocated space constitute possession of child pornography? Answer: No. Because computers …

The Perfect Chance to Re-Formulate an Imperfect Instruction

Karlie Ruder, Staff Editor
The Tenth Circuit clarifies when district courts must formulate and offer imperfect self-defense jury instructions.