The Fourth Circuit and the Fourth Amendment: If You Search Like a Redcoat, You Can't Use What You Find in Court

The Fourth Circuit has – for the second time in the past few weeks – given meaning to the Fourth Amendment's prohibition against unreasonable searches and seizures. In United States v. Massenburg, Judge Andre Davis rejected a government claim that a police officer had reasonable articulable suspicion to search a citizen. This is fresh on […]

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