United States Ninth Circuit

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Ioane v. Noll, 16-16089

Held that an Internal Revenue Service agent was not entitled to qualified immunity for allegedly violating a taxpayer's Fourth Amendment right to bodily privacy during the lawful execution of a search warrant at her home. The taxpayer claimed that the IRS agent escorted her to the bathroom and monitored her while she relieved herself. On interlocutory appeal, the Ninth Circuit held that the agent was not entitled to qualified immunity, and therefore affirmed denial of her summary judgment motion.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/09/10


  • Murguia


  • United States Ninth Circuit


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