Taylor v. City of Saginaw, Sixth Circuit, 11APR2019

In this episode, Bruce discusses the case Taylor v. City of Saginaw where the Sixth Circuit held that merely touching a tire to put chalk on it to enforce parking laws is a search under the Fourth Amendment requiring a warrant or a Judicially Recognized Exception (JRE).  This is the second case in as many months where the courts have  ruled physical touches of effects are Fourth Amendment searches. Are the floodgates opening on Jones searches?