When Can Police Search Your Car?

Posted: July 26, 2015 by Nazim in Criminal Procedure, Dissent, Right to Privacy

This week’s episode is all about controversial stances on long-held American Institutions.  Brett and Nazim first take down BIG SANDWICH and then turn their attention to the Exclusionary Rule, the 4th Amendment stanards of probable cause & reasonable suspicion, and finally the balance between personal property & the need to fight crime.  Through the cases of Rodriguez v. U.S. (pdf) and California v. Navarette (pdf), Brett and Nazim come full circle from ambitious, liberal law students to grumpy old men.

I love me a good sammich. Thanksgiving and Cubanos are probably my favorites. Just don't cut it.

I love me a good sammich. Thanksgiving and Cubanos are probably my favorites. Just don’t cut it.

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  1. beguide says:

    Pfffffff, radio lab…….

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