<![CDATA[ <![CDATA[Federal agents obtained a search warrant for an apartment, after learning of the address and the suspect based on an IP address. Upon entering, the agents discovered that their suspect, who was unnamed in their application to the magistrate judge in their application for a search warrant, lived at a different address in the building. The agents then proceeded to search the correct address without obtaining a new search warrant. The Second Circuit, reversing the district court, held that the search of the different apartment was a new search not within the scope of the warrant and thus unconstitutional. The opinion: United States v. Voustianiouk h/t Cybercrime Review For informational purposes only. Not legal advice.]]]]><![CDATA[> ]]>
Webinar Invite: Michael Hassard joins a virtual panel on Intellectual Property and Smart Contracts – Oct 20, 2022 3pm ET
Firm Associate Michael Hassard will be part of a virtual panel discussion on on Intellectual Property (IP), Smart Contracts, Branding, and Usage Rights. October 20, 2022 at 3pm Eastern. Sign up to attent.