Recently, the United States Supreme Court decided in Rodriguez v. United States, 135 S.Ct. 1609 (2015), that a police officer who prolonged a routine traffic stop for the purpose of having a drug-sniffing dog inspect a vehicle violated the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable seizures. The Rodriguez case began when a Nebraska police officer observed.
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FOS shareholder Shannon Allen has been elected as Vice-President, and to a second three-year term on the Board, of the Milwaukee Bar Association. FOS shareholder Diane Slomowitz has been approved as a member of the National Association of Professional Women. FOS associate Jacob Manian participated in the Boy Scouts’ annual Law Merit Badge Clinic on.
FOS was a-panting and a-howling at its recent Dog Day. FOS’s furry friends abounded, and bounded, during the festivities, which included hallway racing, water spillage, treat grabbing and inappropriate (animal) sniffing.
FOS shareholder Shannon Allen was a sponsor of the 14th Annual Lawyers for Boys & Girls Clubs held on June 4, 2015 at Milwaukee’s Public Market. In addition to Shannon, other FOS attorneys attended the event, including shareholder and Club Board member William Fox. Bill, a longstanding Club Board member, is a past recipient of.