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Liberty Coins, LLC v. Goodman

Ohio’s requirement that coin and jewelry dealers allow warrantless inspections of their businesses at all times violates the Fourth Amendment, says the Sixth Circuit, as it gives inspectors too much discretion to search whatever they will. (Other provisions authorizing warrantless access to specified records, so as to check trade in stolen property, pass constitutional muster, however.)


Tags: 2018, Fourth Amendment, Search Warrant, Searches and Seizures, Sixth Circuit

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