Professor Kerr tackles new directions in Fourth Amendment law with two draft chapters from a forthcoming book.
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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in Carpenter v. United States, a major Fourth Amendment case asking whether a warrant is necessary before law enforcement can obtain cell site data identifying a suspect phone's location from a service provider. Lawfare contributor and Fourth Amendment expert Orin Kerr discussed the case with me at Brookings shortly after the argument.
A panel at a CIA conference asks: What new legal questions are raised by rapidly evolving technologies and how do those questions interact with existing national security law?