The Administration's recent policy of "Say No to Drugs" has sparked a veritable war on drugs within our country. Outside our borders, on the high seas, and in foreign lands, the war on drugs has been fought to prevent their entry through our borders. This "war" is encroaching on the fourth amendment rights of persons suspected of drug trafficking who are subjected to search and seizure. This Comment examines the fourth amendment protection these people have received, and argues that the courts should uphold the fourth amendment, rather than pay it verbal service.
Kimberly A. Strang,
Foreign Search and Seizure: The Fourth Amendment at Large,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol25/iss3/6