It was Fourth Amendment Day at the Supreme Court Tuesday as the justices heard oral arguments in two search and seizure cases, one that asks whether police should be able to squeeze a bus passenger’s luggage and another about relying on anonymous tips to arrest a youth for gun possession.

By the end of the two hours, it appeared that the law enforcement side had a fair chance of losing one or both cases — not the expected outcome from this usually police-sympathetic Court.

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