Apart from the opinion's singularly uninspired black-letter interpretation of the Fourth Amendment (and heavy reliance on 1970s Supreme Court precedents), the opinion is striking for the paucity of discussion - less than five double-spaced pages - devoted to the question of the constitutionality of a massive program of NSA surveillance of telephony metadata.
Student of the law of evidence, evidence, inference, and investigation. Sometimes writes books. Sometimes writes articles. Sometimes tinkers with computer programs to support the marshaling of evidence for legal activities such as trials and pretrial discovery and investigation. And sometimes takes photographs.