United States v. Tolbert (No. 14-3761 (D.N.M. July 27, 2018), 2018)

Key Insight: Whether a search warrant was necessary to ascertain the Defendant’s personal information from a non-governmental third party organization that was forwarded e-mails containing evidence that Defendant possessed child pornography

Nature of Case: criminal prosecution – child pornography

Electronic Data Involved: e-mails, personally identifying information attached to e-email account

Keywords: “The Fourth Amendment to our Constitution protects persons against unreasonable searches and seizures”, “Tolbert moves to suppress”, “Motion to Suppress Evidence”

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