SARAH HARRINGTON ARGUES FOR RESPONDENT IN KANSAS V. GLOVER

On November 4, Sarah Harrington argued before the Supreme Court on behalf of the respondent in Kansas v. Glover, a case concerning whether, for purposes of an investigative stop under the Fourth Amendment, it is reasonable for an officer to suspect that the registered owner of a vehicle is the one driving the vehicle absent any information to the contrary.

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