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“Worst company ive ever had to deal with”

Written on: 16/08/2016 by qrUpton311 (1 review written)

Havent recieved my goods after 2 months+. Ive emailed them and theyve emailed back in that time amd theyre saying its deliverd but i havent recieved anything. This is the first time its happened to me that ive orderd something and its not been deliverd. In the oast 3 weeks ive emailed them 3 times and havent got a reply. They are suppose to be looking into the case about where my phone case is but no feed back which is appauling and it would be grateful for them to keep me updated. Would never buy a case from here again and ive told everyone i know about it and they wouldnt either.

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“Mobile Phone Cases”

Written on: 14/10/2012

The Court held that seizure of Diaz's cell phone was lawful due to the fact that the seizure occurred during a search incident to arrest – an exception of the Fourth Amendment.The Court reasoned that historical precedent had been established from several cases brought to the U.S. Supreme Court; which that have allowed officers to seize objects under an arrestee's control and perform searches of those objects without warrant for the purpose of preserving evidence. In doing so, The Court applied the case United States v. Robinson, which held that the unwarranted search and seizure of a cigarette carton on Robinson's body was valid. The Court, with Robinson in mind, contended that only arrest is required for a valid search of an arrestee's person and belongings. The court then proceeded to apply United States v. Edwards to hold that the search was valid despite the fact that it had occurred 90 minutes after arrest. In the Edwards case, an arrestee's clothing was seized 10 hours after arrest in order to preserve evidence (paint chips) that might be present on the clothes. The Court then considered the case United States v. Chadwick, which held that any object associated with an arrestee may be searched incident to arrest – a precedent that supported the claim that the search of Diaz's cell phone was valid incident to his arrest. Under the Chadwick ruling, Diaz's cell phone was not only on his person but also directly associated with him at the time, and thus a delayed search of the phone 90 minutes after the seizure was valid. Given these three cases, the Court concluded that the search and seizure of Diaz's cell phone was valid.

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“very satisfied with the product overall”

Written on: 29/02/2012 by constantinos.thrasyvoulou (1 review written)

very satisfied with the product overall

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“happy customer”

Written on: 30/01/2012 by matthew322 (1 review written)

package was delivered on time and price was good. Happy with the customer service as well. cheers

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“iPhone 4 Case from casehut.com”

Written on: 19/01/2012 by hikertommy (2 reviews written)

I recently purchased a case for my iPhone 4 from case hut. It was an image one by terrapin and looks fab on my phone. The quality of the case and packaging met and even exceeded my expectations for what I paid. Delivery was 2 days, ordered on monday morning and was here by wednesday. I ordered after a recommendation from a fried who purchased a groupon from them.

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