Problems with Probable Cause Solvency

[wpfilebase tag="file" id=206] Many cases written this summer have plans that require that the government demonstrate “probable cause” to conduct surveillance. This probable cause is based on the reasonable suspicion that an individual has likely committed a crime, will likely commit a crime in the near future, or that there is evidence of said crime […]

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