algorithimOn September 8, 2021, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit released an opinion that rejected a defendant’s Fourth Amendment challenge to the government’s use of pen registers to obtain data for a single internet protocol (“IP”) address that was then used to prove that the defendant had launched a cyberattack against his

columnsOn May 17, 2021, we discussed the reality that lawyers – namely, Rudy Giuliani – are not immune from searches by federal agents. In that post, we touched on the Department of Justice’s use of “taint teams,” lawyers and federal agents tasked with screening items seized by search warrants to protect privileges. Despite their

GoalTwo former television executives ensnared in the latest salvo of the long-running FIFA corruption scandal have petitioned the Eastern District of New York for an opportunity to review cellphone evidence from a government cooperating witness that might have been languishing on the shelf for the past six years.

Carlos Martinez and Hernan Lopez (the “Defendants”)

Search WarrantOn April 28, 2021, federal agents executed search warrants at the home and office of Rudy Giuliani and seized cell phones and computers.  Mr. Giuliani is former President Trump’s personal lawyer, a former United States Attorney, and a former New York City mayor.  This high-profile search and seizure reportedly sought communications related to an ongoing

COVID-19Ohioans disenchanted with the past two years of public corruption cases (see our previous post on that subject here) may no longer have to tolerate the seemingly endless number of Ohio politicians being indicted for bribery. That’s because apparently now they’re being indicted for fraud.

Cincinnati activist and perennial political candidate Kelli Prather was

GeorgiaAmid the seemingly endless stream of news that underlies America’s currently tumultuous political climate, you would be forgiven for missing (or simply forgetting) the fact that President Trump may have a serious Georgia problem.  No, we are not merely referring to the results of the recent Presidential and Senate runoff elections, which demonstrated a momentous

White HouseOn December 22, 2020, President Donald Trump granted fifteen full pardons and commuted the sentences of five incarcerated individuals. The next day he did it again, granting twenty-six more pardons and three additional sentence commutations. While there is no doubt that a President has the constitutional authority to grant pardons and commute criminal sentences, the

nursing homeSeveral months into the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the United States, it is well established that hotbeds for spread of the disease are nursing homes and other assisted living facilities. Tight quarters holding vulnerable populations is precisely the kind of environment in which the novel coronavirus thrives. That fact is made all the worse