Update on warrantless inspection case
I’ll be in appearing in federal court on Monday on behalf of a property owner in his lawsuit against Highland. The City punishes those who dare to object to warrantless inspections by withholding the rental license. That forces property owners to waive their Fourth Amendment rights before they may put their property on the rental market. You can learn more about the case here.
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