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4 Aug 2011, 8:26 pm by Donna Eng
Some people who have been reading this blog know that I have been waiting for the decision in Evans v. [read post]
25 Oct 2023, 4:44 pm by INFORRM
On 12 October 2023, Mr Justice Jay handed down judgement in Cooper v Evans & Anor [2023] EWHC 2555 (KB) in favour of the defendants. [read post]
5 May 2016, 11:16 am
 A sense that's only highlighted by the fact that this case is entitled People v. [read post]
30 Mar 2020, 3:36 pm by Paul S.O. Barbeau
Barbeau We hope that you find these articles and updates to be of interest and that you enjoy these and other Barbeau Evans LLP blog posts. [read post]
24 Jul 2008, 9:20 pm
Throughout the history of Anglo-American jurisprudence, for almost half a millennium, a defendant has had the right to allocute after being convicted of a crime. [read post]
27 Mar 2012, 1:49 pm by Julie Lam
In a 4-3 decision, affirming the Court of Appeals in People v. [read post]
2 Jan 2012, 8:38 am by Brian Shiffrin
"If there is no arrest, however, there can be no search incident thereto (see People v Evans, 43 NY2d 160, 165-166; People v Erwin, 42 NY2d 1064, 1065). [read post]
14 Mar 2024, 1:48 pm
There's a California Supreme Court case called People v. [read post]
2 May 2024, 1:03 pm
Justice Corrigan authors a powerful opinion that holds that it's not permissible for the police to conduct a Terry stop just because someone's in a high crime area and pretending to tie his shoe behind a car in order to avoid the police, and Justice Evan authors an equally powerful concurrence (joined by a majority of the Court) that highlights the racial implications of a rule that assumes that the "normal" response to a police encounter is to welcome and/or… [read post]
4 Jun 2015, 9:09 am
Whenever someone is hurt or killed due to an incident involving alcohol and/or drugs, people want answers. [read post]
8 Apr 2018, 4:06 pm by John Bellinger
  EO-3 may also violate the First Amendment by discriminating on the basis of religion, but our amici argue that Hawaii v. [read post]