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 Fourth Amendment: Byrd v. United States

Drivers of automobiles generally have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the cars they own and operate.Renting an automobile does not deprive one of that expectation of privacy. However, the question in this case is whether a driver of a rental car who is not an authorized driver pursuant to the rental contract has such an expectation of privacy. Does an unauthorized rental car driver Have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the vehicle? Read more >>

By David L. Hudson, Jr.

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