Officer’s taking of gunshot wound victim’s clothes, which had been removed by hospital staff and placed in a bag, did not violate the victim’s Fourth Amendment rights.
Police officer’s interrogation technique of implying the suspect’s race would prevent his having a fair trial and impartial jury rendered the suspect’s subsequent confession involuntary and inadmissible.
Under the circumstances of the case the prosecutor’s conduct and communications conveyed approval of a sentence modification after 365 days had passed since sentencing.
Trial court lacked authority for its contempt finding against the person who filled out the application for emergency detention for another person.
Defendants are entitled to a rebuttable presumption of prejudice when they can show by a preponderance of the evidence that an unauthorized, extra-judicial contact or communication with jurors occurred, and that the contact or communication pertained to the matter before the jury.