Tag: Fourth Amendment (US Constitution)

Russia Sanctions Froze His Fortune. Can the 4th Amendment Unlock It?

Two years ago, Andrew Intrater’s Manhattan private equity firm was thriving. He had rubbed elbows with billionaires at President Trump’s inauguration. And he had a lucrative investment involving the heirs to the fortune of the musician Prince. Today, the firm is effectively shuttered, and Mr. Intrater cannot get access to his money from the Prince […]

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He Won a Landmark Case for Privacy Rights. He’s Going to Prison Anyway.

Timothy Carpenter won’t be remembered for the circumstances that landed him in prison, but for the Supreme Court case that bears his name. Carpenter v. United States, which set a new benchmark for privacy in the digital age, requires the police to obtain a warrant before obtaining cellphone location history from a phone company. Privacy […]

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