Case Results

United States v. Shanklin (Federal Child Pornography case)

November 2013

Outcome: DISMISSED, client released

Case conclusion: November, 2013

Description: Client was charged with possession of child pornography and was held without bond by the United States government. His Fourth Amendment constitutional rights had been flagrantly violated by law enforcement when they arrested him, searched the home he shared with a roommate, and seized electronic evidence. After successfully filing and arguing a motion to suppress the evidence due to these violations, the Court ruled in our favor. The government was forced to dismiss the case.

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