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CASE ENTRY

Jacobson v. United States Department of Homeland Security

Concerned that Border Patrol agents are racially profiling, unlawfully searching, and using excessive force at Arivaca, Ariz. checkpoint, area residents observe, video record, and protest from a distance. Ninth Circuit: And in retaliation, the agents may have violated residents’ First Amendment rights. Their suit should not have been dismissed. (More via the ACLU.)


Tags: 2018, Excessive Force, First Amendment, Ninth Circuit, Retaliation, Searches and Seizures

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