Welcome to Just In Case, the podcast of criminal-law cases just in from the United States Supreme Court,
the Tenth Circuit, and the Kansas Appellate Courts.
Trial translators, inventory searches, pink Cadillacs, and tardy jurors all make an appearance in this week’s case-packed episode.
This week (our 50th episode!), we look back at a groundbreaking Fourth Amendment decision, and catch up with the latest cases.
Can the police order a bicyclist to step off of his bike? And then tackle him if he doesn’t comply? See what the Tenth Circuit thinks in this week’s episode.
Are statements by an informant during an undercover drug buy testimonial? Find out what the Kansas Supreme Court thinks as we catch up with the latest cases.