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Search and Seizure a Scope and Definitions. This rule does not modify any statute regulating search or seizure, or the issuance and execution of a search warrant in special circumstances. The following definitions apply under this rule: At the request of a federal law enforcement officer or an attorney for the government: A the district where the media or information is located has been concealed through technological means; or B in an investigation of a violation of 18 U.
A warrant may be issued for any of the following: After receiving an affidavit or other information, a magistrate judge—or if authorized by Rule 41 ba judge of a state court of record—must issue the warrant if there is probable cause to search for and seize a person or property or to install and use a tracking device.
A Warrant on an Affidavit. When a federal law enforcement officer or an attorney for the government presents an affidavit in support of a warrant, the judge may require the affiant to appear personally and may examine under oath the affiant and any witness the affiant produces.
B Warrant on Sworn Testimony. The judge may wholly or partially dispense with a written affidavit and base a warrant on sworn testimony if doing so is reasonable under the circumstances.
Testimony taken in support of a warrant must be recorded by a court reporter or by a suitable recording device, and the judge must file the transcript or recording with the clerk, along with any affidavit. In accordance with Rule 4.
The magistrate judge or a judge of a state court of record must issue the warrant to an officer authorized to execute it. Except for a tracking-device warrant, the warrant must identify the person or property to be searched, identify any person or property to be seized, and designate the magistrate judge to whom it must be returned.
The warrant must command the officer to: A warrant under Rule 41 e 2 A may authorize the seizure of electronic storage media or the seizure or copying of electronically stored information.
Unless otherwise specified, the warrant authorizes a later review of the media or information consistent with the warrant.
The time for executing the warrant in Rule 41 e 2 A and f 1 A refers to the seizure or on-site copying of the media or information, and not to any later off-site copying or review. C Warrant for a Tracking Device. A tracking-device warrant must identify the person or property to be tracked, designate the magistrate judge to whom it must be returned, and specify a reasonable length of time that the device may be used.
The time must not exceed 45 days from the date the warrant was issued. The court may, for good cause, grant one or more extensions for a reasonable period not to exceed 45 days each. A Noting the Time. The officer executing the warrant must enter on it the exact date and time it was executed.
An officer present during the execution of the warrant must prepare and verify an inventory of any property seized.Stretching beyond familiar limits doesn’t always feel good, but growing and learning — the keys to school and much of life — can’t happen any other way. The Dravet syndrome is a complex childhood epilepsy disorder that is associated with drug-resistant seizures and a high mortality rate.
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If you need to search for old course descriptions, please go to WIReD.. Visit WIReD to search the schedule of classes for specific days/times the courses are offered. - Monitoring for localization of cerebral seizure focus by computerized portable 16 or more channel EEG, electroencephalographic (EEG) recording and interpretation, each 24 hours, unattended An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a diagnostic test that measures the electrical activity of the brain (brainwaves) using highly sensitive recording equipment attached to the scalp by fine electrodes.