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 April 23, 2019  Posted by  Court, Surveillance

Orin Kerr writes:

In a new case, Taylor v. City of Saginaw, the Sixth Circuit has ruled that the common practice of parking enforcement officers “chalking” a tire to see if the car has been moved violates the Fourth Amendment.  I’m not sure the decision is correct.  But it’s plausible on current law, and it raises some really interesting conceptual issues.

Here’s an overview of the new case and some thoughts on whether it’s right.

Read more on Reason.

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