Author Archive for Amelia Bizzaro

Civility in the Courtroom

Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
Category: Judges & Judicial Process, Legal Practice, Public | No Comments »

It seems like the more of a digital society we become, the less of a civil one we are. People are on their devices constantly — while wandering the grocery ... Read more »

Life in the Digital Age: Is There Such a Thing as a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013
Category: Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Process, Public | 1 Comment »

A few weeks ago, I presented a webinar about the Fourth Amendment in the digital age. In preparation, I tried to find out as much as I can about the ... Read more »

The Boston Case: Moving the Line on the Public Safety Exception

Monday, May 6th, 2013
Category: Criminal Law & Process, Prisoner Rights, Public | No Comments »

My practice is nearly exclusively a criminal appellate practice, and it’s been that way for almost 10 years. Being a one-trick pony, I can’t help but think about legal issues ... Read more »