The Fourth Amendment requires government officials to act reasonably, not perfectly.
- September 1, 2015
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(Justia) – Following a suspicious vehicle, Sergeant Darisse noticed that only one of the brake lights was working and pulled the driver over. While issuing a warning ticket for the broken light, Darisse became suspicious of the actions of the occupants and their answers to his questions. Heien, the car’s owner, gave Darisse consent to search the vehicle. Darisse found (More…)
The case is: Heien v. North Carolina, 13–604.