As a season ticket holder since 1967, Daniel Sheehan was annoyed when the San Francisco 49ers football team began conducting security pat-down searches at home games in September 2005.

So he and his wife, Kathleen, a season ticket holder since 2002, filed suit in California state court, accusing their beloved team of violating privacy rights guaranteed under the state’s Constitution.

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