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Search & Seizure – Computer Search – Child Pornography (access required)

A defendant sentenced to 192 months in prison on child pornography charges cannot overturn his conviction or sentence with a challenge to the government’s alleged use of “secret” administrative subpoenas to investigate his case, the 4th Circuit says. Defendant contends the government’s use of “secret’ administrative subpoenas violated his Fourth Amendment rights, but he offers no ...