Darren Chaker counter forensics

Darren Chaker, Computer Privacy Basics

By Darren Chaker, http://darrenchaker.us, I typically post on TOR and give talks about cyber security, but could not resist to comment : Here’s the plan folks: when USA manufactured encryption is weakened, simply buy Russian, or any of the “546 encryption products from Read more

Suppress evidence in California

Unlawful Detention and Motion to Supress Evidence in California

    It is common, says Darren Chaker, who also publishes, www.DarrenChaker.us, that when a suspect is in custody if he is deprived of his freedom in any significant way or reasonably believes that he is not free to leave. This may create a Read more

Functional Equivalent Border Search

  Darren Chaker, http://darrenchaker.org,  finds the Ninth Circuit has established a standard for categorizing a stop as a “functional equivalent” border search. A comparison of absolute time and spatial differences alone is not enough to distinguish between a search at the border’s Read more

Confidential Informant Reliability

Darren Chaker finds that when a Confidential Informant (CI) is used in connection with a criminal investigation, the court will look at several indicia of reliability when determining probable cause to issue a search or arrest warrant. The most common Read more

Strip Search Illegal or Legal

Unconstitutional Strip Search

Darren Chaker admits that it is commonly known jail is the end result for most who are arrested. The officer arresting the suspect provides an initial search, while the jail conducts a far more intrusive search in a controlled setting. Read more

Voluntary Consent to Search – Darren Chaker

  As, Darren Chaker blogs, a consent, to be lawful, must be “freely and voluntarily” given. (Bumper v. North Carolina (1969) 391 U.S. 543, 548 [20 L.Ed.2 797, 802].) California, Florida, and New York, as well as federal law, and Read more