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Trulock v. Freeh (4th Cir. 2001)

  • By: John R. Vile
  • In: Encyclopedia of the Fourth Amendment
  • Edited by: John R. Vile & David L. Hudson Jr.
  • Subject:American Political History, American Political Thought, Law & Courts

Trulock v. Freeh, 275 F.3d 391 (2001), is a decision by the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that explains the scope of third-party consent to computer searches and the liability of governmental officials for improper searches.

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