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United States v. Drayton

Docket No.: 01-631
Certiorari Granted: Jan 4 2002
Argued: April 16, 2002
Decided: June 17, 2002

Topics:

Amendment 4: Fourth Amendment, Criminal Procedure, Search and Seizure, Article I, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Immigration and Naturalization, Miranda, NLRA, National Labor Relations Act, antitrust, concerted activity, copyright, immigration, judicial review, privacy, probable cause, retaliation, search and seizure, stare decisis

PartyNames: United States v. Christopher Drayton and Clifton Brown, Jr.
Petitioner: United States
Respondent: Christopher Drayton and Clifton Brown, Jr.

Court Below: United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
Citation: 231 F.3d 787
Lower Court Decision
Supreme Court Docket

United States
v.
Christopher Drayton and Clifton Brown, Jr.
536 U.S. 194 (2002)
Question:

Must police officers, while searching buses at random to ask questions and to request passengers' consent to searches, advise passengers of their right not to cooperate?

United States v. Drayton
ORAL ARGUMENT

April 16, 2002

Holding: reversed and remanded
Decision: Decision: 6 votes for United States, 3 vote(s) against

United States v. Drayton
Case Documents

1Slip Opinion in United States v. Drayton (Opinion by )
2Opinion in United States v. Drayton
3Opinion in United States v. Drayton
Additional documents for this case are pending review.