Saturday, January 29, 2005

'On the money,' ambivalently

The second year law student behind Ambivalent Imbroglio preferred my suggestion for a revised Fourth Amendment offered up in this rant.
it looks like Grits for Breakfast is right on the money w/that revised Fourth Amendment ... My CrimPro textbook says so!
I'd settled on a different version. Orin Kerr, who had a great early post on the Caballes decision at the Volokh Conspiracy, disagreed in the comments, and I responded. Check it out, if you haven't heard enough venting yet about drug sniffing dogs not constituting a search.

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