In Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset, Jammie Thomas-Rasset has filed a motion to suppress all of the MediaSentry evidence, on the ground that it was procured in violation of numerous federal and state criminal laws.
The brief cites violations of:
-the Minnesota Private Detectives Act;
-the federal Pen Register and Trap and Trace Devices Act; and
-the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986.
The motion is scheduled to be argued June 10th. The trial is scheduled for June 15th.
Memorandum of Law in Support of Defendant's Motion to Suppress All MediaSentry Evidence
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