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  • 655 F.2d 1159 (D.C. Cir. 1981), 79-1624, United States v. Ross

    ...         Perhaps most troubling will be the inevitable stream of consent cases in which the courts will be required to determine whether an investigating officer obtained ... we can then expect courts faced with these situations to rule that "consent" was vitiated by the totality of the circumstances . . surrounding it. 133 In the face of such rulings, ...

  • 92 F.3d 1186 (6th Cir. 1996), 95-3406, U.S. v. Rijo

    ... detained by police after being stopped for a traffic violation, and that this illegality vitiated the purportedly voluntary nature of the consent he gave police to search the vehicle. We conclude ...

  • 161 F.3d 19 (10th Cir. 1998), 97-4111, U.S. v. Shayesteh

    ...Shayesteh testified at one of the hearings. The gist of his testimony was that he did not consent to the search and only did as he was ordered. He denied that the dog alerted. He described the ... other law enforcement officials gather, the trooper created a coercive environment that vitiated any consent. However, Mr. Shayesteh volunteered to allow the trooper to look in the trunk before ...

  • 927 F.2d 611 (9th Cir. 1991), 90-50152, U.S. v. Herrera

    ...         MEMORANDUM [*].         Defendant argues that the consent to search her purse and her second residence was the fruit of an unlawful arrest. See United States ...         The unlawful detention vitiated her subsequent consents to search her purse and her second residence. Because she was convicted on ...

  • Arbitration About Arbitration.

    ... presume that the parties wished to arbitrate any dispute, including whether their apparent consent to the container contract was authentic. (179) But other fact patterns were more complex. What if a ... to arbitrate any claim where, say, the validity of the underlying contract itself has been vitiated by fraud. Nor does it follow that they have necessarily "consented" to arbitrate any claim where ...

  • United States v. Cathey, 061912 FED6, 10-5374

    ...          In the presence of two newly-arrived officers, Miller asked Cathey for consent to search the vehicle. Cathey told Miller that he "could look anywhere [Miller] wanted to and he ...(citations omitted). Further, "this consent is not vitiated merely because the valid suspicion of wrongdoing for which an individual has been stopped proves to ...

  • 710 F.2d 1515 (11th Cir. 1983), 82-5314, United States v. Freire

    ... contends that Pupo's voluntary statement that his briefcase contained a small handgun vitiated his legitimate expectation of privacy in either one of two ways: first, the statement constituted ...

  • 630 F.2d 661 (9th Cir. 1980), 79-1437, United States v. Lopez Diaz

    ...Cawley consented to a search of the van which belonged to his wife. In the back of the van, Wan found two pillow ... have in the contents of locked articles they bring to a host's premises should not be vitiated by a strained application of the third-party consent doctrine where it is obvious that the item is ...

  • 58 F.3d 393 (8th Cir. 1995), 94-2767, United States v. Knight

    ... a juror holding out for acquittal on one count was improperly coerced and that Knight's consent to search a hotel safe deposit box was improperly obtained. We affirm.         I. ... to talk to his lawyer, his previous consent to a search of his hotel safe deposit box was vitiated and the arresting officials could not renew their request for permission to search without counsel ...

  • 932 F.2d 973 (9th Cir. 1991), 90-50044, U.S. v. Lara

    ...Lara denied this and signed a search consent form giving the officers permission to search his home and the tire shop for narcotics and money. ... that they were the fruits of an illegal arrest and that the illegality of the arrest vitiated the consent given, or, if the court found that consent was voluntary, the seizure of the guns ...

  • Klein v. C.I.R., 102186 FEDTAX, 13844-79

    ... of limitations on assessment was close to expiration and the taxpayer would not sign a consent to the extension of the statutory period.          On April 1, 1976, the District ...The Court did not hold that termination of Appellate Division consideration per se vitiated the consent as petitioners maintain.          After the execution of the consent in issue ...

  • Demystifying Hash Searches.

    ... being evicted from his home, his possessions were placed outside without his knowledge or consent. (85) Soon after, Seth Hippie claimed Crist's computer from the curb. (86) As Hippie was rummaging ...), explaining that those cases held that an objectively reasonable stop or search is not vitiated by an unrelated purpose. See Jardines, 133 S. Ct. at 1416-17. In Jardines, by contrast, the ...

  • 398 F.2d 770 (D.C. Cir. 1968), 21317, Western States Regional Council No. 3, Intern. Woodworkers of America, AFL-CIO v. N. L. R. B.

    ... had bound themselves to accept the bargaining result and (2) the unions had knowingly consented to bargain on such a basis. The trial examiner decided both questions favorably for the employers ... of the association's agreement, any implied consent to bargain with that association is vitiated.          We believe that there is substantial evidence in the record to support the ...

  • 103 U.S. 800 (1881), Johnston v. Laflin

    ... . upon the consent of the directors or other stockholders.  It is not necessary, however, to consider what ... rules governing men in commercial transactions to hold the sale, under such circumstances, vitiated by the relations of the purchaser to others, of which the seller had no knowledge, or any prounds ...

  • 953 F.2d 641 (4th Cir. 1992), 91-5151, U.S. v. Ross

    ...The first is whether the district court clearly erred in finding that Ross' consent to search her shopping bag was voluntary. The second is whether the district court erred in ... and required Ross to present evidence that her mental impairment was so great that it vitiated her consent. We do not construe the district court's memorandum opinion in that manner. Ross' ...

  • 942 F.2d 794 (9th Cir. 1991), 90-10574, U.S. v. Barr

    ...         Defendant nonetheless urges us to adopt a per se standard of consent, whereby a person will not be deemed to consent to questioning or to a search unless first advised ... of any possible delay in opening the square package, 2 defendant's consent was not vitiated because he did nothing to limit his consent from the time of arrest until the square package was ...

  • 911 F.2d 739 (9th Cir. 1990), 89-30195, U.S. v. Allen

    ...         However, a search warrant is not required for a search to which there was consent. Schneckloth v. Bustamonte, 412 U.S. 218, 219, 93 S.Ct. 2041, 2043-44 (1973). In order for consent ... contends that even if he consented to the entry of Moore into the room, the consent was vitiated by the manner in which it was procured. The appellant argues that his consent was not voluntary ...

  • 293 F. 532 (2nd Cir. 1923), 135, Rumely v. United States

    ...          'The Court: I can only do that with consent. The law is you must take exception before the jury retires. I do not think it has any bearing on ... sent to the jury without the consent of counsel, it might be claimed that the verdict was vitiated by the error committed. But there can be no doubt that counsel might consent to waive their ...

  • 647 F.2d 588 (5th Cir. 1981), 80-7790, United States v. Williams

    ...If you consent to the search any illegal objects found can be used against you in court proceedings. Do you ... of the motion to suppress, agreed that consent to the search of the person and the bag had vitiated the taint of any illegal stop. The district judge, however, disagreed with the conclusion of the ...

  • Theofel v. Farey-Jones, 082803 FED9, 02-15742

    ...It held that this consent was not coerced, because the subpoena itself informed NetGate of its right to object. Plaintiffs ... See Prosser & Keeton § 18, at 119 (consent likely vitiated" where defendants \u0093ought to have known in the exercise of reasonable care\u0094 of the mistake).2.  \xC2"...

  • 297 F.2d 159 (9th Cir. 1961), 16905, Security-First Nat. Bank of Los Angeles v. Lutz

    ...          Early in 1955 with the consent of Lutz as partner, the business was incorporated as the B. H. Sheldon Company, the name of the ... corporation was accomplished with the consent of all parties, while here such consent was vitiated by constructive fraud. We find no valid point of distinction. If there was constructive fraud in ...

  • CLIENTS, COUNSEL, AND SPOUSES: CASE STUDIES AT THE UNCERTAIN JUNCTION OF THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT AND MARITAL PRIVILEGES.

    ...-fraud exception to privilege: that both the attorney-client and marital privileges were vitiated because the parties were participating in a crime--namely the alleged extortion. (166) The court ...& Kirkpatrick in noting that "a privilege is waived if its holder 'voluntarily discloses or consents to disclosure of any significant part of the matter of communication,' except that the privilege is ...

  • 948 F.2d 1290 (6th Cir. 1991), 91-3244, U.S. v. Byfield

    ...Karn then asked them if they would consent to a search of their bags; both men consented.         The officer searched Byfield's bag ... Amendment was not violated by the stop, the defendants' consent to the search was not vitiated; and the consent having been valid, the fruits of the search were admissible. United States v. ...

  • Torquato, 012257 PAAGO, AGO 680

    ...—Constitutional prohibition against modification of existing retirement system without consent of members—Section 6. 1 of the Act of January 5, 1952, P L. (1961) 1883, as amended—Section 218 ... our procedure would be subject to attack and this deficiency might be considered as having vitiated any attempted consent by an employee.          In view of the provisions of Federal law ...