A lawyer blogging from the pale blue dot
did you catch the crazy lineup for the majority on that one?
Not as surprising as you may think. Scalia tends to say that he doesn't believe there is a right to privacy in the Consitution, but on the other hand he's often quick to say that a search is unconstitutionally unreasonable.As for Breyer's dissent, on a quick cursory look, he seems to be criticizing the majority for ignoring concerns of stare decisis, not because he disagreed with the result.
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