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United States v. Lyles

Did you know that federal authorities don’t need a warrant to comb through your trash looking for evidence? But, according to the Fourth Circuit, they do need to find more than three marijuana stems and empty packages of rolling papers to justify a warrant to search your house.


Tags: 2018, Fourth Amendment, Fourth Circuit, Search Warrant

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