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Friday, November 18, 2005

Interesting New 4th Amendment Case

The Sixth Circuit holds that entries onto home's curtilage by tax assessor are not searches for purposes of the 4th Amendment.  Decision here.  [Mark Godsey, via CrimProf Michael Mannheimer at NKU]

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