In Lava v. Amurao, the RIAA has filed a "surreply" opposing the defendant's motion to exclude MediaSentry's criminally procured "evidence".
[Ed. note. Apart from the nonsensical legal arguments about the 1919 Attorney General's opinion, I spotted a huge "factual misstatement" (i.e. a lie) in the brief. See if you can spot it, or if you can find others. -R.B.]
RIAA surreply memo in opposition to defendant's motion to exclude MediaSentry's illegally procured "evidence"*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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