Decline of the Right of Locomotion: The Fourth Amendment on the Streets by Tracey Maclin

America’s freedom of locomotion is in danger. We have long enjoyed the liberty to walk the streets and move about the country free from arbitrary government intrusion.

Freedom to travel, whether locally or between states, without having to either account
for our presence or carry official papers, is one of the “cherished liberties that distinguish this nation from so many others.”‘ Like many other freedoms, the right of locomotion is misunderstood and taken for granted. The Supreme Court has placed this right at risk by undermining its central constitutional underpinnings through restrictive interpretation of th . . . . .

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Decline of the Right of Locomotion:
The Fourth Amendment on the Streets
by Tracey Maclin

 

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