Hudson v. Palmer

 


Corrections

 

 

Hudson v. Palmer (1984) was a landmark SCOTUS decision in which the Court determined that inmates do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their living quarters, thus suspicionless searches are not unreasonable.


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Last Modified: 09/15/2018

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