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Jul 21, 11, 12:39 pm
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Posted By Deeg

18 USC 925(a)(1) states: The provisions of...

18 USC 925(a)(1) states:

The provisions of this chapter, except for sections 922(d)(9) and 922(g)(9) and provisions relating to firearms subject to the prohibitions of section 922(p), shall not...
Mar 11, 11, 8:24 am
Replies: 46
Views: 4,542
Posted By Deeg

Fine. That should solve this. I don't have time...

Fine. That should solve this. I don't have time to provide a comprehensive list, so I just hit Google and looked for simple search terms.

The Conference Report on HR 4328 (Consolidated...
Jan 26, 11, 6:42 am
Replies: 134
Views: 48,051
Posted By Deeg

Which dictionary do you use? Oxford, for example,...

Which dictionary do you use? Oxford, for example, has a number of definitions for the word "clerk". But only one of them comes close to your usage:

1 a person employed in an office or bank...
Jan 22, 11, 3:21 pm
Replies: 134
Views: 48,051
Posted By Deeg

It appears that it does exist without limitation....

It appears that it does exist without limitation. 41 CFR 102-74.385 reads in its entirety:
Jan 22, 11, 7:44 am
Replies: 134
Views: 48,051
Posted By Deeg

My understanding is that it's simply based on a...

My understanding is that it's simply based on a GSA CFR section which requires compliance with all posted signs while in a federally controlled area. Don't have time to look it up right now.
Dec 13, 10, 7:39 am
Replies: 9
Views: 1,136
Posted By Deeg

Unfortunately, that's not the case. There is...

Unfortunately, that's not the case. There is plenty of government-owned storage space available. The only expense might be the plastic bags or boxes they have to use to put it in. And the attorneys...
Oct 8, 10, 11:32 am
Replies: 22
Views: 1,593
Posted By Deeg

His attorney claims it was stolen from his...

His attorney claims it was stolen from his office, yes. But according to the article, the FBI believes it was government property.

I'm just trying to explain why both the FBI and DHS might have a...
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Views: 1,593
Posted By Deeg

The fingerprints were taken for an immigration...

The fingerprints were taken for an immigration application Lennon made. Thus, if the print card were stolen before being submitted to the FBI for processing, it is actually a DHS record. And possibly...
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Views: 200,669
Posted By Deeg

That's my (non-lawyer's) understanding. As long...

That's my (non-lawyer's) understanding. As long as the law enforcement agency makes half an effort to look for him every once in a while to avoid Speedy Trial issues.
Jul 26, 10, 7:26 am
Replies: 32
Views: 2,847
Posted By Deeg

Yup. The only such obligation the person has is...

Yup. The only such obligation the person has is to "acknowledge" the written declaration form they hand the officer. (19 CFR 148.13)
Apr 26, 10, 7:39 am
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Views: 111,680
Posted By Deeg

No, you're being laughably paranoid. It is...

No, you're being laughably paranoid. It is routine practice for any written declaration to be reviewed orally prior to a secondary baggage inspection. This is done for two reasons:

First, if an...
Apr 12, 10, 6:41 am
Replies: 17
Views: 11,154
Posted By Deeg

But it's now one continuous process. Before, the...

But it's now one continuous process. Before, the primary inspector (the one in the booth) was primarily concerned about immigration issues. Now that officer is responsible for both. It's not...
Apr 10, 10, 6:43 am
Replies: 17
Views: 11,154
Posted By Deeg

You have to remember that Customs and Immigration...

You have to remember that Customs and Immigration were merged back in 2003. It is one agency and the employees (CBP Officers) can be doing Customs work one hour and Immigration work the next. So you...
Replies: 15
Views: 11,727
Posted By Deeg

Simply put, CBP is the uniformed officers (both...

Simply put, CBP is the uniformed officers (both at the ports and the Border Patrol). ICE is the plain-clothed ones (both the criminal investigators and the deportation officers).
Feb 25, 10, 9:08 am
Replies: 173
Views: 37,120
Posted By Deeg

I don't think you can book them online. But I...

I don't think you can book them online. But I have co-workers who always book directly with UA over the phone, thus saving the Sato fee.
Feb 24, 10, 7:28 am
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

I will grant that technology has radically...

I will grant that technology has radically changed the whole notion of 4th Amendment searches. And that it's not an easy subject. But I think the courts get it right (for a change) when they say that...
Feb 24, 10, 6:45 am
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

More than "suggested", it's pretty much been the...

More than "suggested", it's pretty much been the consensus definition for a long time now. Would you care to offer your definition?



I don't think it's a technological free-for-all. Thermal...
Feb 23, 10, 10:24 pm
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

Right. And what's the definition of a search? A...

Right. And what's the definition of a search? A governmental intrusion into a person's reasonable expectation of privacy. One cannot have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the odors they emit...
Feb 20, 10, 10:26 pm
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

Beagles are outstanding at the job they do. But...

Beagles are outstanding at the job they do. But they can't do everything that the drug dogs need to do. They cannot run a moving conveyor belt in a baggage room and jump over suitcases. They cannot...
Feb 20, 10, 5:13 pm
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

Listen, pal. You started making this personal...

Listen, pal. You started making this personal when you chose to characterize my posts as being an example of something. I'm just returning the favor.



Really? You think almost every person who...
Feb 20, 10, 4:04 pm
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

And just because you think it's wrong doesn't...

And just because you think it's wrong doesn't mean it's going to stop.
Feb 20, 10, 12:25 pm
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

So because a dog could bite someone, they...

So because a dog could bite someone, they shouldn't be used in law enforcement? Well, then, we'd better take cops' cars away as well since at-fault accidents certainly happen. And those guns? Gotta...
Feb 20, 10, 11:44 am
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

Yeah, that does change things quite a bit. I have...

Yeah, that does change things quite a bit. I have to hope that this sort of exercise is done right at the end of training when the teams are almost fully trained. Seems like a mock baggage belt with...
Feb 20, 10, 11:35 am
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

Dogs and handlers train constantly. That doesn't...

Dogs and handlers train constantly. That doesn't mean that either one wasn't "fully trained".



It's called an accident. They happen. Yes, the dog screwed up. Big time. And the handler most...
Feb 19, 10, 4:25 pm
Replies: 240
Views: 20,445
Posted By Deeg

A dog sniff isn't a search. The handler could run...

A dog sniff isn't a search. The handler could run the dog on the domestic baggage belts, the outside of cars in the parking garage, and the airline break rooms if he/she felt like it and had a legal...
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