Prof. Volokh on the New Mexico aerial surveillance decision

As a follow-up to yesterday’s post about the New Mexico Supreme Court’s decision in State v. Norman Davis, which held that aerial surveillance by helicopter without a warrant can violate the Fourth Amendment, I thought you might be interested in this commentary on the case by Prof. Eugene Volokh of UCLA Law School at his celebrated blog, the Volokh Conspiracy.

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