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Upcoming Practices

DATE AND TIME TEAM ROOM JUDGE JUDGE JUDGE JUDGE JUDGE
Mon. September 25
6:00PM - 8:00PM Health (Respondent) J Naomi Yuping Lin
7:00PM - 8:30PM Tang (Respondent) D David C. Casarrubias Jonathan Klaren Ronnie
Tue. September 26
7:00PM - 9:00PM Tang (Petitioner) MCR David C. Casarrubias Yuping Lin
Wed. September 27
8:30AM - 9:30AM Tang (Petitioner) E Eric Bekah Young
7:00PM - 5:00PM Tang (Respondent) MCR Michael Rhoads Yuping Lin Liz Medrano

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Teams

Adrienne Subido, Ashley Ayed

The Tang problem this year is a Fourth Amendment problem based in part on the warrantless search of historical and real-time cell phone data.  The two issues are:

I. Whether the government’s acquisition of historical cell phone records, without a warrant, for the purpose of identifying an individual’s location over the course of several months violates the prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures found in the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

II. Whether the warrantless use of cell-site simulators to track an individual’s locationand movements in real-time violates the prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures found in the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Last practice October 11.

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Irene Lee, Brittany Smith

The Tang problem this year is a Fourth Amendment problem based in part on the warrantless search of historical and real-time cell phone data.  The two issues are:

I. Whether the government’s acquisition of historical cell phone records, without a warrant, for the purpose of identifying an individual’s location over the course of several months violates the prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures found in the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

II. Whether the warrantless use of cell-site simulators to track an individual’s locationand movements in real-time violates the prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures found in the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Last practice October 12.

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Nicole Vales, Sandy Gonzalez, and Sierra Luther

Petitioner claims she was harmed by a generic drug manufacturer's failure to update the drug's warning label.  

I. Are Illinoza state law's requirements for warning labels preempted by federal law's updating limitations?

II. Is Respondent entitled to attorney's fees, awarded from the Petitioner?

Last practice October 30.

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