Mar 302015
 
 March 30, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Orin Kerr writes:

The case is Grady v. North Carolina. Held: Forcing someone to wear an ankle bracelet to monitor location is a Fourth Amendment search. The new decision extends the Jones search doctrine to searches of persons, and it provides more opportunity to ponder what the Jones test means. I’ll start with the history, then discuss the new decision, and then offer some thoughts on the new case.

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