Orin Kerr has a post on whether Hudson v. Michigan extends to federal court cases. There are old Supreme Court cases providing a nonconstitutional exclusion remedy for knock-and-announce violations. Do they survive Hudson? Hudson's attorney David Moran also comments.
Lyle Denniston at SCOTUSblog has this post on the search of Congressman Jefferson's office.
Doug Berman at SL&P comments here on the tendency of Supreme Court Justices to drift "left," i.e., toward the defense side, during their tenure. He advances an interesting hypothesis that on the Supreme Court, the Justices see a skewed sample of the worst cases, which tends to affect their view.