Newsbreak: Your Privacy Rights [Video]
Are your privacy rights being compromised in the name of law and order?
Lawyers.com Editorial Director Betsy Kim provides today’s Newsbreak, a round-up of cases and laws that could impact your Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure.
The U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing a case on whether police need a search warrant for a blood sample from a DUI suspect. Is the right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure under these circumstances outweighed by the need to rid the roads of drunk drivers? The high court is also looking at when law enforcement can use drug-sniffing dogs at the front doors of people’s houses.
Finally, find out if the government needs a search warrant to read your stored emails and electronic communications. Our Newsbreak gives you the latest development in the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
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