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United States v. Rousseau

United States v. Rousseau

Case Date: 10/19/2015
Citation: United States v. Rousseau, 628 F. App'x 1022 (11th Cir. 2015) (per curiam)
Court Type: Federal Circuit Court
Court: 11th Circuit Court of Appeals (11th Cir.)
Judge: Circuit Judge: Per Curiam
Rule(s): 4th Amendment
Issues:

Defendant filed a motion to suppress, which was denied by the district court. Defendant alleged the search warrant was unconstitutionally overbroad, lacking required particularity.

Resolution:

The Court held that the district court properly denied the motion to suppress. The warrant sufficiently detailed the items to be seized, and was as specific as it could be under the circumstances, as the government could not know which devices contained the incriminating evidence.

Relevant Documents:

Reply Brief of Alexander Rousseau

Opinion

E-Discovery Issues: Admissibility, Motion to Suppress
E-discovery Tags: IP Address, Possession or Control, Preservation and Collection, Sources of ESI
E-discovery subjects: Cell phone, Computer, Hard drive, Internet usage, P2P Network

Published: January 2nd, 2018

Category: Uncategorized


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