Tribal Appellate Court Affirms Immunity

The issue as to whether Comanche Nation waived its sovereign immunity with respect to a binding arbitration clause contained in gaming machine vendor agreements signed by the Tribal Chairman on behalf of the tribe was brought before the Court of Indian Appeals for the...

Border Control’s Search of Electronic Devices

There have been reports of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents asking people entering the U.S. to unlock their electronic device and inspect it. More often than not, a refusal to hand over the device and passcode could result in it being seized and the person...

Courts Rule Unlocking Phone Is Constitutional

In Minnesota v. Diamond, the Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed that an order requiring a suspect to provide his fingerprint to unlock his cellphone was constitutional. The suspect’s attorney argued that the court violated his client’s Fifth Amendment right against...