Swatch Watches in Addis Ababa
New York, NY – October 10, 2014 вЂ“ The New York State Supreme Court of Appeals held on Tuesday that, pursuant to its powers and jurisdiction under 18 U.S.C. В§ 1040(h), United States marshals, if officers believe an item was discovered in the country, may compel the disclosure of that evidence if, knowing that it is probable that such activity will lead to criminal prosecution or trial for any such violation, willfully and without probable cause fails to comply with the requirement of 16 U.S.C. В§ 1041.
The court is joined by Circuit Judges Sandra Brandeis and Michael Wierowitsch, all of whom presided over the case, who held that the Marshals Office’s Fourth Amendment privilege against governmental reprisal does not apply to this Court’s interpretation of section 28 of the Brady Law. In this case, however, the Court’s opinion appears to mean, without exception, that the law’s provisions extend to U.S. marshals who receive public funds, in return for which they voluntarily perform their duty as marshals “to prevent and prevent any unlawful activity,” and those marshals “shall not be liable for any wrongful prosecution or trial where such action would violate [section 28 of the Brady Law] or in any way violate [section 28a of the Brady Law].”
The case, which is the second to deal with public marshals of all types of U. https://jiji-ethiopia.com/addis-ababa/watches/swatch