Friday, January 16, 2009

Things You Hope Your Kid Won't Learn At School Today

Commonwealth v. Kaupp, SJC No. 10177, is an interesting case in that it's one of those rare instances in which the SJC flips a conviction based on the trial court's failure to suppress evidence.

Don't expect paper copies of the opinion to be included in the promotional materials distributed by Wakefield's Northeast Metropolitan Vocational High School, however. Yikes.

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