fourth amendment

Honestly, this did not come as a surprise to many who have had their collective ears to the ground. To be fair, Gorsuch was
The "provocation rule" only works in one part of the country. The justices may not be willing to let it go further.
The police investigate potential criminal activity as part of their difficult mission to "protect and serve." This comment
Instead, Congress is contemplating a bill co-sponsored by Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Senator Christopher Coons (D. Conn
In a carceral state--a.k.a. a prison state or a police state--there is no Fourth Amendment to protect you from the overreaches, abuses, searches and probing eyes of government overlords.
What seems like almost a tabloid style article -- You Won't Believe What Happened Next!-- is in fact a troublesome look into a little known part of the war on terror: our Constitution-free border zones.
Forcible street encounters between police and civilians, typically without individualized suspicion, as illustrated by the
She lashed out at "lawless police conduct" that disproportionately targets black and brown Americans.
“They would spare a lot of people a lot of hurt if they would apply the law the way they’re supposed to,” says a man mistakenly arrested by ICE.
As time passes following the FBI's announcement that it accessed the iPhone without Apple's help, I'm glad to see some of the answers are starting to take shape -- but the answers are not particularly good for Apple, or for the general public's right to privacy.
Boy, it isn't every day you get to write a headline like that! But those are the kinds of feelings Ted Cruz seems to bring out in everyone -- left, right, and center.
Can states make you abandon your Fourth Amendment rights if you want to enjoy the "privilege" of driving? That's the question at the heart of one of the most consequential cases that the Supreme Court will decide this term, in terms of practical impact upon ordinary Americans.
The tech giant filed a lawsuit on Wednesday claiming the government is violating users' Constitutional rights.
The Apple case brought to the forefront an ongoing debate of the balance between national security and civil liberties. Partly, because Apple decided to fight back and has the resources to actually do so. But the battle over civil liberties has been brewing for some time.