Supreme Court to Consider Open Government and Fourth Amendment in 2019

13 01 2019

The Supreme Court agreed today to hear two cases of interest to privacy and open government advocates. One case concerns the withholding of “confidential” information requested under the Freedom of Information Act. . . The second case, Mitchell v. Wisconsin, concerns a state law that permits law enforcement officers to draw blood from unconscious motorists without a warrant. . . . Both cases are expected to be decided by the end of the Court’s term in June.

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