GUEST v. LEIS, 99-4115, 99-4176
Government officials have Eleventh Amendment immunity from liability for seizure of materials commingled on a criminal suspect's computer with allegedly criminal evidence despite the Privacy Protection Act, 42 USC 2000aa(a), and third-party standing under the Fourth Amendment.
- Argued 03/15/2001
- Decided 07/02/2001
- Published 07/02/2001
Before: KEITH, NORRIS, and DAUGHTREY, Circuit Judges.
United States Sixth Circuit
Scott T. Greenwood (argued and briefed), Greenwood & Associates, Cincinnati, OH, Peter D. Kennedy (argued and briefed), George & Donaldson, LLP, Austin, TX, for Plaintiffs-Appellants.
John W. Hust (argued and briefed), Michael E. Maundrell (briefed), Lawrence Edward Barbiere (briefed), Schroeder, Maundrell, Barbiere & Powers, Cincinnati, OH, Hugh Owen Frost, II (briefed), Cincinnati, OH, Donald E. Hardin (briefed), Hardin, Lefton, Lazarus & Marks, LLC, for Defendants-Appellees.