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February 2012 Archives

Court: GPS Tracking Is a "Search" Under the 4th Amendment

Contained in the Bill of Rights is the 4th Amendment to the Constitution. This amendment protects people from "unreasonable searches and seizures" by the government. Essentially, this means that before a law enforcement or other governmental agency is able to "spy" on you, they have to go before a judge to obtain a warrant by providing good reasons for why they should be able to do so.

Financial Consequences of Post-Separation Adultery by Andrew R. Tank, Esq.

It is not uncommon for a family law attorney to hear something like the following question from a client: "Now that my [spouse] and I have separated, is it ok for me to...umm...you know...date?" The questioner likely knows that adultery that occurs prior to separation can have negative consequences, but what about post-separation? Because the marriage is over anyway, post-separation adultery might not feel morally as bad as pre-separation adultery. But what does the law say?

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