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CASE ENTRY

United States v. Easley

Though not spelled out in the Bill of Rights, “Americans have the right to wander, to stroll, and even, if they wish, to loaf about without purpose or object.” So says a federal judge in the Southern District of Ohio. (H/t: Brad Heath.)


Tags: 2018, Fourth Amendment, Police, Southern District of Ohio

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