Join the Federalist Society, the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy, and former FBI Special Agent Alicia Hilton, and Professor Lisa Griffin for a discussion on the issues raised by the case Florida v. Jardines. The case will be heard by the Supreme Court in the upcoming October term. The main issue is whether a drug dog sniffing at the threshold of one's front door constitutes a Fourth Amendment search: http://www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/florida-v-jardines/?wpmp_swit.... Professor Neil Siegel will moderate what promises to be an interesting discussion. Co-sponsored by Program in Public Law. For more information, contact Phil Aubart at email@example.com.
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