PLF's warrantless inspection case garners significant media attention
Yesterday, PLF launched a major civil rights case challenging an unconstitutional warrantless inspection scheme in Highland, California. As noted in our complaint, the City is telling our client, property owner Karl Trautwein, that he will no longer be able to rent out his house if he does not consent to a warrantless inspection.
The City’s flagrant violation of Karl’s constitutional rights has not gone unnoticed. Yesterday, Karl’s civil rights lawsuit was featured in the San Bernardino Sun and the Lou Desmond Show. This afternoon, I will be talking about the case on the Andy Caldwell Show. Be sure to listen in for the latest developments.
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