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PAWcast: Sarah Seo ’02 *16 on How Cars Changed Constitutional Law

From the Fourth Amendment to discriminatory traffic stops Listen on Apple Podcasts • Spotify • Soundcloud In popular culture the car is seen as a symbol of freedom. But as Sarah Seo ’02 *16 writes, driving a car is also “the most policed aspect of everyday life.” Seo, a legal historian and the author of Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed …

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Forced Smartphone Entry Poses Constitutional Question in Indiana

The Indiana Supreme Court will consider when the government can compel a person to unlock a smartphone as part of an investigation. The state’s highest court is set to hear oral argument April 18 in Seo v. State, a case that tugs at the tension between constitutional and privacy rights and law enforcement’s investigatory needs. …

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