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CloudGavel Expands Its Reach to Ohio, Welcoming Guernsey County as Inaugural Client

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [Baton Rouge, LA, 2/22/24] CloudGavel, the nation’s leading provider of cloud-based electronic warrants, is excited to announce its expansion into Ohio, with Guernsey County as it...

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Empower Justice, Protect Citizens: Explore CloudGavel’s eWarrant Solution

In an era marked by technological advancements, CloudGavel, a groundbreaking eWarrant product from FusionStak, is leading the way in revolutionizing the criminal justice system. Imagine a system ...

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eWarrants Among Recommendations to Improve DUI/DWI Enforcement

On December 13, 2022, the National Transportation Safety Board released a new study on crash risks associated with driver impairment related to the use of drugs and alcohol. This study was conducted by looking ...

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Traffic Warrants and “Hot Pursuit”

An interesting case made its way through the New Jersey Supreme Court this summer and it is starting to get some national attention due to a few of the implications that have come from the decision. The case is...

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CloudGavel goes live in Michigan

Warren Police Department and Roseville Police Department begin using CloudGavel. These departments become the first agencies in Michigan to use electronic warrants and they are expecting to see huge benefits r...

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WDSU talks CloudGavel

New Electronic Warrant Program

CloudGavel is helping NOPD become much more efficient.

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DUI Search Warrants

DUI  Search Warrants: Implied Consent and a DUI Blood Draw Over the last few years, the Supreme Court of the United States has heard several cases pertaining to DUI blood draws and implied consent laws. Two cas...

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ISP Data and Search Warrants

With the nearly universal use of Social Media across the United States, it is inevitable that during the course of criminal investigations, an investigator will need access to various social media or email acco...

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Supreme Court questions breath tests without warrants

The U.S. Supreme Court has questioned the laws of 13 states that make it a crime for someone to refuse a breath or blood test by police without a warrant.  Under the Fourth Amendment, individuals are protected ...