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CASE ENTRY

Sanchez v. Sessions

Maryland transit cop suspects he’s found a stolen vehicle; he alerts the vehicle’s owner, who gets a ride to the scene. Uh oh! The officer inquires whether the men in the car are in the country legally. They aren’t. Suppress the ride giver’s confession? No need, says the Fourth Circuit.


Tags: 2018, Fourth Amendment, Fourth Circuit, Immigration, Police

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