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ILLINOIS v. LIDSTER, 02-1060

Brief highway checkpoint stops, when appropriately tailored by police seeking information about a crime of considerable public concern that was in all likelihood committed by others, do not violate the Fourth Amendment rights of motorists.

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  • Decided 01/13/2004
  • Published 01/13/2004

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  • United States Supreme Court

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