A state trooper violated the constitutional rights of a motorist when he read a letter he discovered after the motorist consented to a search of the vehicle, the Second Circuit said yesterday. However, the court found that the trooper was entitled to qualified immunity.
Panel Faults Mail Reading in Consensual Vehicle Search
New York Law Journal
March 7, 2013
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