Supreme Court Limits Ability Of Police To Use Routine Traffic Stops To Search For Drugs

In a 6-3 vote that defied traditional expectations, the Justices have limited the ability of police to detain people on the side of the road for long periods of time.

Supreme Court: Police Can Make ‘Reasonable’ Mistakes Of Law In Executing A Traffic Stop

The Supreme Court says that police who have a “reasonable” misunderstanding of the law can still pull you over.

Supreme Court Further Guts The Fourth Amendment

Yesterday the Supreme Court greatly expanded the circumstances under which police can rely on anonymous tips.