It hasn’t taken long for a U.S. Supreme Court decision this term on privacy rights to emerge in perhaps an unlikely spot: the special counsel’s prosecution of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

On Monday, a week after the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a driver who is not listed on a rental car agreement still has a right to privacy when pulled over by police, Manafort’s defense team highlighted the 9-0 decision in their bid to prevent prosecutors from using evidence seized from a storage unit in Alexandria, Virginia.

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