Albert Florence v. Board of Chosen freeholders, et. al.

Brief for Petitioner Albert Florence


Susan Chana Lask's merits Brief for Petitioner Albert Florence filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on the issue of whether blanket prison strip searches violates the Fourth Amendment right to privacy when brought in for a non-criminal offense.

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