The Jones Trespass Doctrine and the Need for a Reasonable Solution to Unreasonable Protection
Fourth Amendment, physical trespass doctrine, reasonable expectation doctrine, privacy
Each day that Houston drivers exit from Interstate 45 to drive to downtown Houston, they pass an odd sight. Nestled within some bushes is an encampment of tents. This encampment is very clearly located on public property adjacent to the interstate highway, and equally clearly populated by homeless individuals. While local police ostensibly tolerate this presence, at least temporarily, the sight frequently evokes an image in my mind of a police search of those tents. This thought is especially prominent on the days I am driving to my law school, South Texas College of Law Houston, to teach my federal criminal procedure course.
The Jones Trespass Doctrine and the Need for a Reasonable Solution to Unreasonable Protection,
73 Ark. L. Rev.
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