Brendan MacWade v. Raymond Kelly
The court heard oral arguments in Brendan MacWade v. Raymond Kelly. The outcome of the case would determine if New York City police could… read more
The court heard oral arguments in Brendan MacWade v. Raymond Kelly. The outcome of the case would determine if New York City police could randomly search subway riders' bags or if such searches violated the Fourth Amendment constitutional right against unreasonable search and seizure.
The New York City police department began random searches of subway passengers' bags in July, 2005, after deadly terrorist bombings in London’s subway system.
Judge Charles Brieant is not a member of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He served on the Court as a designation (assigned) for the day. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Charles L. Brieant Jr. Judge U.S. District Court->Southern District of New York
- Christopher Dunn Attorney
- Jon O. Newman Senior Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->Second Circuit
- Scott Shorr Attorney
- Chester J. Straub Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->Second Circuit
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