Sep 282015
 
 September 28, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

NBC reports:

The state Supreme Court has reversed itself and put back into place an older standard for warrant-less searches by police during car stops.

Police can now search a vehicle without a warrant if they have probable cause to believe there is contraband or evidence of a crime as long as the circumstances that led to the probable cause are unforeseeable and spontaneous.

Read more on NBC.

h/t, @CarolOnAdvLaw

Update: Steve Bellovin points out that WSJ has additional details, here.

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