Albert Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari

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Susan Chana Lask has represented Albert Florence for over 6 years in this hitorical civil rights case now in the US Supreme Court to be heard October 12, 2011. Susan is counsel that filed with the United States Supreme Court this Petition whether blanket strip searches on non-criminal arestees (i.e. failure to pay a traffic ticket) violates the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments regarding privacy rights. The Petition was granted April, 2011.

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