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U.S. Air Force Test Misidentifies Fifth Amendment, Implying that Religious Liberty is “Commonly Violated”

Quick: the Fifth Amendment protects which commonly violated civil liberty?If you answered "the right not to incriminate yourself," founding father James Madison, who wrote the Bill of Rights, would've appreciatively clapped you on the shoulder. Show More Summary

SCOTUS Agrees to Review Government’s Uncompensated Taking of Raisin Crop in Major Property Rights Case

2 months agoNews : Reason

The Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment forbids the government from taking private for property for a public use without the payment of just compensation. Yet in May 2014 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit upheld the federal...Show More Summary

Tsarnaev: To testify or not to testify, that is the question

The Fifth Amendment provides in pertinent part, No person  .  .  .   shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself. This means that a defendant in a criminal case has a right to remain silent and not testify during his trial. The prosecution cannot call him as a witness or [...]

New personal conduct policy disregards Fifth Amendment protections

After 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald was arrested for domestic assault in August, coach Jim Harbaugh defended the team’s decision not to take action by wrapping himself in the nation’s founding documents. “[T]his is America, you’re innocent until you’re proven guilty,” Harbaugh said at the time.  “I don’t know what more I can say about…

Over Easy: Grand Jury basics, as Ferguson Waits for a Decision

In the United States, a person cannot be prosecuted for a felony unless there is probable cause to believe that a person has committed a felony. Pursuant to the Fifth Amendment, all federal felony prosecutions must be by grand jury indictment, unless the defendant waives his right to be prosecuted by indictment and agrees to [...]

Why the Constitution Can Protect Passwords But Not Fingerprint Scans

5 months agoHumor : Time: Tech

Fingerprint scans are more secure, except when it comes to the Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords and passcodes are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords and passcodes are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

Judge rules passcodes are protected, fingerprints not so much

A Virginia Circuit Court judge has ruled that a criminal suspect can be compelled to give up a fingerprint to unlock a device but passwords and passcodes are protected by the Fifth Amendment. Mobile passwords passcodes fingerprints iphone iPad Fifth Amendment

New ruling may affect police access to smartphones

5 months agoTechnology : Tech Talk

A federal judge in Virginia ruled that fingerprints are not protected by the Fifth Amendment, which could affect police access to fingerprint-protected devices like the new iPhones. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the decision.

Court Rules Police Can Force Users to Unlock iPhones With Fingerprints, But Not Passcodes

A Circuit Court judge in Virginia has ruled that fingerprints are not protected by the Fifth Amendment, a decision that has clear privacy implications for fingerprint-protected devices like newer iPhones and iPads. According to Judge Steven C. Show More Summary

Court rules that Touch ID is not protected by the 5th Amendment

5 months agoHumor : Boing Boing

"A Virginia Beach Circuit Court this week ruled that an individual in a criminal proceeding cannot be forced to divulge the passcode to his cellphone as it would violate the self-incrimination clause of the Fifth Amendment. At the same...Show More Summary

Court rules: Touch ID is not protected by the Fifth Amendment but Passcodes are

Advances in technology always make for interesting interpretations of established law. Most recently, a Virginia Beach Circuit Court this week ruled that an individual in a criminal proceeding cannot be forced to divulge the passcode to his...

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