Hands-Off Policy

Savage, David G.
June 2000
ABA Journal;Jun2000, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p36
Deals with the United States (U.S.) Supreme Court's position regarding privacy of bags that passengers carry with them from police and drug enforcement search in the Bond versus U.S. case. Comments from civil libertarians on the Supreme Court's decision; Coverage of the Supreme Court's privacy policy decision; Arguments of U.S. Solicitor General Seth Waxman on the Supreme Court's ruling.


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