Commonwealth v. Carrasquillo

Docket NumberSJC-13122
Decision Date07 February 2022
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3 cases
  • Commonwealth v. Kiago
    • United States
    • Appeals Court of Massachusetts
    • September 20, 2022
    ... ... Following a two-day evidentiary hearing, the judge denied that motion, explaining in detail his grounds for doing so. The defendants have not shown how the judge's findings with respect to the reliability issues were clearly erroneous, see Commonwealth v. Carrasquillo , 489 Mass. 107, 117, 179 N.E.3d 1104 (2022), or how the judge abused his discretion in ruling that the evidence was admissible if properly authenticated, see Commonwealth v. Spencer , 465 Mass. 32, 48, 987 N.E.2d 205 (2013). 22 A witness testified that the handwritten notes in the margin of ... ...
  • United States v. Thompson
    • United States
    • U.S. District Court — District of North Dakota
    • January 26, 2023
    ... ... approving other users who have requested to add the ... user.” ... Commonwealth v. Carrasquillo, 179 N.E.3d 1104, 1109 ... (2022) (internal citations omitted) ...          In this ... case, Thompson ... ...
  • Commonwealth v. Clark
    • United States
    • Pennsylvania Superior Court
    • September 11, 2023
    ... ... against the risk that the person from whom one accepts a ... 'friend request' and to whom one voluntary disclosed ... such information might turn out to be an undercover officer ... or a 'false friend.'") with Commonwealth v ... Carrasquillo , 179 N.E.3d 1104, 1120 (Mass. 2022) ... ("[A]lthough an individual's choice to share social ... media content with others diminishes the individual's ... privacy interests, it does not per se defeat ... them."). We need not extensively survey the cases on ... this ... ...
1 books & journal articles
  • Search and seizure of electronic devices
    • United States
    • James Publishing Practical Law Books Suppressing Criminal Evidence Fourth amendment searches and seizures
    • April 1, 2022
    ...is true when a person accepts a “friend” request from a law enforcement officer posing as another person. Commonwealth v. Carrasquillo , 179 N.E.3d 1104 (Mass. 2022). Courts have held that neither the Fourth Amendment nor the Electronic Communication Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. §2510, is violate......

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