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Court Can Limit ‘Gray Market’ Evidence in Pill Case (access required)

At defendant’s trial for selling counterfeit Viagra and Cialis, the trial court did not err in limiting defendant’s right to cross-examine government witnesses on the “gray market” for non-counterfeit prescription pills, the 4th Circuit says. Defendant argued he should be ...

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Court Rejects ‘Frisk First’ Rule, Upholds Seizure (access required)

Detectives who recognized defendant at a bus station as a person with a criminal record and recent suspect in two gun-related homicides, acted legally in detaining defendant and questioning him based on a reasonable suspicion that he might have a ...

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