Tag: warrantless search
Can the State Take Your Blood Without a Warrant?

Today, the Supreme Court hears argument in Missouri v. McNeely.  The issue presented is whether a police officer may obtain a nonconsensual and warrantless blood sample from a driver the officer believes is drunk.  The petition for certiorari can be found here.   Essentially, the cops stopped McNeely late at night and McNeely did poorly on…
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Supreme Court Issues Opinion on Work Place Privacy

Today, the Court decided Ontario v. Quon.  At issue was the right of the City of Ontario to read text messages sent by its employee’s on City-issued pagers. In a nutshell, the City issued employees pagers, noticed that the number of messages sent exceeded the plan (although the employees personally paid for overages), and thus…
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