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Lang v California

Lang v California

Do exigent circumstances give police the right to enter a person’s home without a warrant? The Fourth Amendment protects the right of the people to be secure in their houses against unreasonable searches and seizures. However, this right is not absolute. The United...

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Unanimity for All

Unanimity for All

United States Supreme Court rules that the Sixth Amendment requires a unanimous jury in criminal trials. On April 20, 2020, United States Supreme Court overturned the Louisiana state conviction of Mr. Ramos where he was sentenced to life without the possibility of...

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Church Gatherings

Church Gatherings

Judge grants temporary restraining order permitting two Kansas churches to hold religious services in excess of 10 people so long as the churches implement certain protective measures. On April 18, 2020, a United States District Court Judge for the District of Kansas,...

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COVID-19 and Your Criminal Case

COVID-19 and Your Criminal Case

David Bell and his team at Wyrsch Hobbs & Mirakian P.C. continue to work for their clients in these uncertain times   As criminal defense attorneys, our job is to help guide our clients in times of uncertainty.  Rest assured, we remain here for you, open, and...

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Kansas v Glover

Kansas v Glover

U.S. Supreme Court rules that police may stop a car based upon the revoked driving privileges of the registered owner.  In Kansas v. Glover, a deputy with the Douglas County, Kansas Sheriff’s Office was on routine patrol.  The deputy ran a truck’s plates and...

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