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Appellant had contemporaneous communication with counsel (access required)

Where appellant’s daughter testified against him at his rape trial via closed-circuit television, the technology provided satisfied the relevant statute’s requirement to provide him “contemporaneous communication” with his counsel. In the trial court Appellant Ruff was accused and convicted of ...

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Exigent circumstances justified warrantless cell phone ping (access required)

Where appellant ran over his sister with her vehicle and fled the scene, exigent circumstances justified the police asking appellant’s cell phone carrier to provide real-time cell site location information (CSLI) about his phone without first obtaining a warrant. Hit ...

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Employer waived review of alternate holding (access required)

Where the Workers’ Compensation Commission ruled, in alternate holdings, that the employee’s submissions of medical bills for payment by her employer were timely under two different sections of the relevant statute and the employer only appealed one of the holdings, ...

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