For example, the case of Brandon Mayfield, a law-abiding citizen from Oregon who was linked by shoddy FBI lab work to the 2004 Madrid train bombings and was jailed until Spanish authorities identified the real terrorists.
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Should our Fourth Amendment rights depend on how fast the police can drive and run?
The U.S. Justice Department has asked the Supreme Court to resolve a conflict between Circuit Courts of Appeal as to the constitutionality of extended GPS searches.
In this monograph excerpt: Geoff Stone explains how wartime situations have historically heightened the tension between national security and free speech.
When in New York City, you may want to turn down your car radio.