Episode 224 | Cameras on Poles Recording Everything

It’s just so easy these days to put a camera on a pole and record everything that happens in someone’s front yard for eight months. So easy that we keep getting cases where that’s exactly what the police do. Without a warrant. IJ attorney Josh Windham unpacks the latest, out of the First Circuit, Courier font and all. The judges don’t agree, but the rest of us can that this issue is likely heading to the Supreme Court soon. Then Anthony Sanders tells a story from Indiana where its supreme court drew a line in the sand dunes about what its legislature can delegate. But it’s not the “nondelegation doctrine” you’ve heard about.

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