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Does it mean the conduct that led the moving party to...more
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As the judicial branch
and distributing court records
electronically, the Supreme
Court of Florida has viewed
the confidentiality of a narrow
set of records as a...more
If you get sued in court, will your Facebook privacy settings protect you from opposing counsel’s request for electronic discovery? If that information is material and necessary for the opposition’s case and the...more
The search of the police officer’s text messages was reasonable, and therefore the officer’s Fourth Amendment rights were not violated.
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