“The consequences for black drivers here are enormous."
The ruling is a significant win for privacy rights of Americans and tourists traveling to the United States.
Smelling like cannabis and buying your ticket right before your flight from this Florida airport are apparently great reasons for cops to take your stuff.
In a much-anticipated decision, the Supreme Court changed the course of history, siding with privacy activists and giving Americans stronger privacy protections in the digital age.
"The Fourth Amendment is neither an 'ass' nor an 'idiot,'" Justice Alito wrote in his dissent.
A leaked training manual says officers should be familiar with Fourth Amendment procedures. So what explains their aggressive actions on a New York farm?
Cops might be able to turn to any judge, even ones known to grant overbroad requests, for a wiretap.
Neil Gorsuch has already signaled a break with his fellow conservatives on Fourth Amendment issues.
If Virginia gets its way at the Supreme Court, police across the country would have the authority to search someone’s car, even if it’s parked inside a private property, without a warrant.
Lawyers for "Dread Pirate Roberts" will challenge the reach of the Fourth Amendment in the digital age
Homeland Security says lawsuit challenging legality of warrantless electronics searches would “upend border search doctrine”
Law enforcement obtained 127 days worth of cellphone records from Timothy Carpenter without a warrant. The Supreme Court will decide now if that was legal.