4th Amendment Victory For Commercial Truckers In Federal Court

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Several months ago, I was forwarded information regarding a 4th amendment lawsuit relating to commercial trucking that’s pertinent to many of the issues I discuss on this blog. What I found especially interesting about the case was that despite commercial trucking being a heavily regulated industry where there’s a much lower expectation of privacy along with 4th & 5th amendment protections (according to the courts anyway), a federal judge nonetheless ruled in favor of a commercial truck driver subjected to a standardless inspection regime during a mandatory roadside weigh station stop.

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