Thomas and Gorsuch Cite Professor James Y. Stern in Dissents in Carpenter

Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Neil Gorsuch each cited an article by Professor William Baude (Chicago) and Professor James Y. Stern (William & Mary) in their dissents in Carpenter v. United States, a decision announced today. Read the decision on SCOTUSblog.

The justices cited the law professors' Harvard Law Review article titled “The Positive Law Model of the Fourth Amendment." Go to the article on SSRN.

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