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1 Leadership Institute Branch Legal Training Section United States Supreme Court Roll Call Training

2 Objective At the end of this review, the viewer will be able to: Describe the new cases of interest to patrol officers from the term of the U.S. Supreme Court RCT

3 New Statutes The following summary includes only those new cases of immediate interest to street level law enforcement officers. Additional cases of interest to law enforcement and telecommunications agencies are located on the DOCJT website as indicated at end of this presentation. RCT

4 Stanton v. Sims RCT Is it clearly established that an officer cannot force entry through a locked gate, onto the curtilage, for a minor offense? NO

5 Burrage v. U.S. Is it necessary to prove that the drug trafficked by a defendant is the direct (proximate) cause of the victim’s death, for the purposes of an enhanced penalty under federal law? YES RCT

6 Fernandez v. California May a co-inhabitant of a shared residence give consent if the other party has been removed for unrelated and legitimate reasons by law enforcement? YES RCT

7 Navarette v. California May an anonymous 911 call concerning a traffic siatution be enough (if detailed) to support a traffic stop? YES RCT

8 Tolan v. Cotton For the purposes of a summary judgment (dismissal), must a federal court look at the facts of a particular case in the light most favorable to the plaintiff bringing the lawsuit? YES RCT

9 Plumhoff v. Rickard RCT Is using deadly force (shooting) to end a dangerous, high speed pursuit, Constitutional? Yes

10 Abramski v. U.S. May a firearm be purchased by a “straw” buyer – someone other than the actual buyer? NO RCT

11 Lane v. Franks Is testifying truthfully, under a subpoena, as to matters learned in the course of one’s employment protected speech? YES RCT

12 Riley v. California May an officer search a person’s cell phone incident to arrest, absent any exigent circumstances to do so? No RCT

13 McCullen v. Coakley May a city create a buffer zone to limit First Amendment protected activities on a public fora (a sidewalk)? No RCT

14 Questions? If you have any questions concerning this presentation, please feel free to contact the Legal Training Section in one of the following ways: Website: Phone: RCT


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