Last Friday I presented a series of Continuing Legal Education lectures for the federal bar in Puerto Rico that was hosted by the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico. The lectures aren’t online, but the slides I developed have been posted and I thought some VC readers might be interested in them. Here they are in .pdf form:
1. The Law of Interrogations and Miranda v. Arizona.
2. The Impact of United States v. Jones
3. Recent Developments in the (Absence of the) Exclusionary Rule
4. Digital Evidence and the New Criminal Procedure: Part 1, the Stand-Alone Environment
5. Digital Evidence and the New Criminal Procedure: Part 2, the Network Environment