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Harris v. Klare

Erlanger, Ky. police pull over minivan with obstructed plates, arrest mom for driving on a suspended license, detain rest of the family for an hour while the drug doggie comes. (New entry for the “things that police think are indicative of drug activity” file: having wrenches, screwdrivers, and other work tools in one’s minivan.) No drugs found. Sixth Circuit: No qualified immunity for an officer who allegedly, after the drug doggie sniff had been completely, searched 17-year-old daughter’s bra before letting her go to the bathroom.


Tags: 2018, 42 USC 1983, Fourth Amendment, Qualified Immunity, Sixth Circuit

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