The Supreme Court heard oral argument in FLORIDA v. HARRIS (Docket No. 11-817) on October 31, 2012. Similar to the case of FLORIDA v. JARDINES this case involves the Fourth Amendment and a dog trained in the detection of narcotics. … Continue reading
GPS Surveillance: A Crossroads for the Fourth Amendment | American Constitution Society (ACS).
Can police use evidence from a hidden GPS device on a suspect’s car, without a valid search warrant? The fate of Antoine Jones and the 4th Amendment’s privacy protections and prohibition of unwarranted searches and seizures was argued before the … Continue reading