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NAVARETTE v. CALIFORNIA

Docket No.: 12-9490
Certiorari Granted: Nov 4 2013
Argued: January 21, 2014

Topics:

Fourth Amendment, privacy, probable cause

PartyNames: Lorenzo Prado Navarette and Jose Prado Navarette v. California
Petitioner: Lorenzo Prado Navarette and Jose Prado Navarette
Respondent: California

Court Below: Court of Appeal of California, First Appellate District
Citation: 2012 WL 4842651
Supreme Court Docket

Lorenzo Prado Navarette and Jose Prado Navarette
v.
California
Consideration Limited:

LIMITED TO QUESTION 1.

Question Presented:

1. Does the Fourth Amendment require an officer who receives an anonymous tip regarding a drunken or reckless driver to corroborate dangerous driving before stopping the vehicle? 2. Does an anonymous tip that a specific vehicle ran someone off the road provide reasonable suspicion to stop a vehicle, where the detaining officer was only advised to be on the lookout for a reckless driver, and the officer could not corroborate dangerous driving despite following the suspect vehicle for several miles?

NAVARETTE v. CALIFORNIA
ORAL ARGUMENT

January 21, 2014

Listen to Oral Argument in NAVARETTE v. CALIFORNIA
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