Use of Thermal Imaging Devices and 4th Amendment Rights

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October 28, 2014

 

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The concern for many Fourth Amendment advocates is the apparent ease with which technology, specifically with TIDs, can make the decision. At points, surveillance could be conducted without the knowledge of the person whose rights are potentially being trampled on. Several cases have come before the High Courts in the United States including: Katz v...
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United States and United States v. Kyllo. In Kyllo, heat was escaping the home of a convicted grower and dealer of marijuana. Since there was no effort to conceal the heat, the courts upheld the conviction since the heat was freely being emitted. In Katz, there was a clearly a search using a TID, but without a warrant...
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