U.S. v. Jones: Reviving the Property Foundation of the Fourth Amendment

Michael Harless Publications

Case Western Reserve University School of Law Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet

Herb Titus and Bill Olson co-authored a law review article which explains the importance of the victory won in the Supreme Court case, U.S. v. Antoine Jones. This law review article is based on an amicus brief our firm filed in that case, urging the court to return to its traditional property basis of the search and seizure language of the Fourth Amendment, and the Court’s decision in that case.

We urged the Court to reject modern case law involving a right of privacy, which has proven a flimsy barrier to government snooping. This article was published in Volume 3, No. 2 of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Journal of Law, Technology and the Internet.

Link to article