The Adversity of Race and Place: Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence In Illinois v. Wardlow, 528 S. Ct. 673 (2000)
This Case Note lays out Wardlow's pertinent facts, describes the decisions of the Court and lower courts, and then analyzes the ramifications of the Court's holding. In particular, this Case Note argues that the Court's ruling recognizes substantially less Fourth Amendment protections for people of color and indigent citizens than for wealthy Caucasians. This perpetuates a cycle of humiliating experiences, as well as fear and mistrust of the police by many poor people of color.
Adam B. Wolf,
The Adversity of Race and Place: Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence In Illinois v. Wardlow, 528 S. Ct. 673 (2000),
Mich. J. Race & L.
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