Criminal Justice Roundup
• The Supreme Court unanimously rules that evidence seized during arrests that are illegal under state law can still be used at trial.
• The city of Memphis is seizing the automobiles of suspected Johns. Not convicted, just suspected.
• The Ninth Circuit becomes the second federal appeals court to allow federal agents to snoop around in the laptops of people entering the country, even without probable cause that a crime has been committed.
• Argentina decriminalizes drug consumption. I'm trying to remember the last time the government of Argentina got anything right.
• Alaska appeals court says it will no longer tolerate "implicitly coercive" searches during traffic stops.
• Virginia's Supreme Court tosses out two drug cases in which police conducted searches without probable cause.