Cozen O’Connor: Is a Warrant Necessary to Search a Vehicle Parked Near a Person's Home?

Is a Warrant Necessary to Search a Vehicle Parked Near a Person's Home?

Stephen Miller, vice chair of Cozen O'Connor's White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice Group, and Pamela Dorian, an associate in the firm's Commercial Litigation Department, co-authored, in The Legal Intelligencer "Is a Warrant Necessary to Search a Vehicle Parked Near a Person's Home?" In Collins v. Virginia, the Supreme Court will decide whether police need a warrant to search a motor vehicle close to a person’s home. The justices will try to balance powerful Fourth Amendment pressures on both sides—the traditionally strong protection of privacy interests at a person’s home weighed against the traditionally low protection for privacy interests in automobiles.

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Pamela Dorian

Associate

pdorian@cozen.com

(215) 665-2762

Stephen A. Miller

Co-Chair, White Collar Defense & Investigations

samiller@cozen.com

(215) 665-4736


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