Treyger Speaks on Fourth Amendment Rights in Post-Argument SCOTUSCast
In a November 22 Federalist Society post-argument SCOTUSCast, Professor Elina Treyger discusses oral arguments in Fernandez v. California, argued before the High Court on November 13, 2013.
The question at issue is whether a defendant must be physically present to successfully object when a co-tenant gives permission to police officers to conduct a warrantless search, or whether the defendant's previously stated objection to a warrantless search, while physically present, is a continuing assertion of Fourth Amendment rights that cannot later be overriden by the co-tenant.
Listen to the podcast here. (The page contains a link to the oral arguments transcript.)