University of Maryland professors spearhead new approach to interpreting Fourth Amendment
A big question under debate lately is whether police should be required to get a search warrant before tracking someones location. The traditional answer has been no, you have no expectation of privacy in public movements. But times are changing.
By Amanda CiccatelliJune 05, 2014
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