Actus Reus

ac·tus re·us \ˈak-təs-ˈrē-əs, ˈäk-tu̇s-ˈrā-u̇s\

noun : the wrongful act that makes up the physical action of a crime

Latin: guilty act

Fordham Law Appellate Litigation Clinic wins Fourth Amendment case in Second Circuit

Students from the Fordham Appellate Litigation Clinic, supervised by Professor Ian Weinstein, recently prevailed on behalf of a client in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. After their client, Damian Cunningham, was convicted of participating in a robbery conspiracy and carrying a firearm during the course of the conspiracy, the Clinic argued that the police officers who stopped Mr. Cunningham lacked reasonable and articulable suspicion to search his car. The Second Circuit opinion, which reversed Mr. Cunningham’s convictions and remanded to the District Court for further proceedings, can be found here. Congratulations to Professor Weinstein, the student attorneys, and Mr. Cunningham!

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