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Professor Rutledge spoke about a case that U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito ruled on in 2004, Doe v. Groody. In his dissent,… read more

Professor Rutledge spoke about a case that U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Samuel Alito ruled on in 2004, Doe v. Groody. In his dissent, Judge Alito said that police officers had not violated constitutional rights when they strip searched a mother and her ten-year old daughter while carrying out a search warrant that authorized only the search of a man and his home.

Mr. Doe had argued that the search of his family members violated their Fourth Amendment rights to be free of unreasonable search and seizures. close

*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.

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  • Peter Rutledge Assistant Professor Catholic University of America->Law School
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