August 11, 2006
by Joshua Pantesco
A federal appeals court Friday upheld New York City's program of random, suspicionless baggage searches on subways as constitutional. The US Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the search program satisfies the special needs exception to the Fourth Amendment's usual requirement... ...[read more]

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