“You can’t make this up…” police in Eagan, Minnesota, wrote on Facebook.
"It's people like you that kill people like me," cyclist Dave Brennan told the driver.
"Seriously he should just make every single call on speakerphone on live TV."
A "writ" is a court order. A "rule nisi" is essentially a court order that is in some manner conditioned on an event. While this provision has a long history, the present language of the Act dates from 1948 and 1949 amendments.
Call me crazy, but this was another AHA moment for me. I adopted this technique for about five years, sleeping three cycles
With the ever-increasing lack of accountability that technology elicits, it's time that someone asks us what our dashed-off message or radio silence means. Are we ready to not feel?
New research on mobile device etiquette from the Pew Internet and Life Project gave us insight into where American adults
According to the Supreme Court, police need a warrant to search the cellphones of people they arrest. The unanimous decision, which was handed down this week, is being heralded as a major victory for privacy rights and a landmark case with implications far beyond cellphones.
Two Supreme Court cases about police searches of cellphones without warrants present vastly different views of the ubiquitous device.
Silence has been valued since humans started traveling, of course. But the debate about cellphone chatter on planes has touched a nerve, and if the law passes, it could even do something unprecedented: establish that air travelers have a right to a little peace and quiet on their journey.
Controversial Bill Would Give Police The Right To Seize Your Cellphone