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Plaintiff Can’t Force DHS to Share Docs (access required)

A plaintiff who is facing Virginia state court charges for possession of child pornography cannot challenge defendant Department of Homeland Security’s invocation of Touhy reg­ulations to refuse to disclose documentary and testimonial information related to DHS’ in­vestigation of plaintiff; an ...

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Business Owner Can Sue for Conspiracy, Not Due Process (access required)

A Sussex County restaurant and lounge cannot sue the county sheriff and a deputy for due process or Fourth Amendment vi­olations for allegedly forcing it to hire and pay off-duty uniformed deputies as security; decreasing the maximum occupancy of its ...

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