Unreasonable - Black Lives, Police Power, and the Fourth Amendment
2022-07-17T08:01:42-04:00https://ximage.c-spanvideo.org/eyJidWNrZXQiOiJwaWN0dXJlcy5jLXNwYW52aWRlby5vcmciLCJrZXkiOiJGaWxlc1wvYTBlXC8wMDJcLzE2NTgwNTk1NDBfMDAyLmpwZyIsImVkaXRzIjp7InJlc2l6ZSI6eyJmaXQiOiJjb3ZlciIsImhlaWdodCI6NTA2fX19UCLA law professor Devon Carbado spoke about the Fourth Amendment which defines “unreasonable searches and seizures” and the power of the police. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this event.
UCLA law professor Devon Carbado spoke about the Fourth Amendment which defines “unreasonable searches and seizures” and the power of the police. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this event.
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