The growing popularity of smartphones has raised several important constitutional questions. Many of these questions have focused on the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. In 2014, the Supreme Court held that the Fourth Amendment requires police officers to obtain a warrant before they can search your phone. Earlier this year, the
In addition to representing our clients in their individual cases, one of the most gratifying experiences to the members of this firm is to prevail on a constitutional issue which benefits thousands of criminally accused defendants. Over twenty -one years ago, we were honored to have successfully argued Doggett vs. United States, 505 U.S. 647 (1992) before the United States Supreme Court. Doggetthas become the bedrock case when courts are determining whether a person's Sixth Amendment right to speedy arrest has been violated, and has been cited in thousands of decisions on this issue.