Several months ago, I was forwarded information regarding a 4th amendment lawsuit relating to commercial trucking that's pertinent to many of the issues I discuss on this blog. What I found especially interesting about the case was that despite commercial trucking being a heavily regulated industry where there's a much lower expectation of privacy along with 4th & 5th amendment protections (according to the courts anyway), a federal judge nonetheless ruled in favor of a commercial truck driver subjected to a standardless inspection regime during a mandatory roadside weigh station stop.
Welcome to Checkpoint USA's blog. Here you'll find general information and discussions regarding growing threats to our right to privacy & travel.
While I refer to court cases along with state and federal law frequently in this blog, nothing written here should be construed as legal advice. I am not an attorney. Rather, I'm someone concerned about the growing disregard for individual rights present at all levels of government.
My conclusions are my own based upon personal experience and research. The law is made purposely complex however and varies significantly from place to place and circumstance to circumstance.
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