On December 1, 2015, the 11th Circuit issued its State v. Johnson, No. 14-12143 decision holding that law enforcement's review of any data or file not actually viewed by the private party exceeds the private search doctrine scope and violates the Fourth Amendment.
On the heels of the Sentencing Reform Act of 2015's introduction in early October aimed at reforming drug offenses mandatory minimums, last week both the United States House of Representatives and Senate introduced legislation to further address the Federal criminal code's "overcriminalization".
In Henderson v. United States, a unanimous Supreme Court reversed the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and held that 18 U.S.C. § 922(g) does not prohibit a court-ordered transfer or sale of a felon's lawfully owned guns to a third party held by the Government.