The Fourth Amendment protects your property rights. See new US v Graham amicus brief Retweet
We proposed it. You funded it. And we did it. The Downsize DC Foundation amicus brief for the case U.S. v. Graham is now available for you to read (pdf). Remember…
This case challenges whether or not the government can use cell phone tracking to monitor your movements without a warrant. Our brief in this case attempts to extend the victory we gained in U.S. v (Antoine) Jones, where we re-established the property rights basis for judging Fourth Amendment cases.
We’re proud of this work. We’re pleased that, working together with you, we’re playing a historical role in restoring the Fourth Amendment. And we’re quite grateful to those of you who make briefs like this possible!
But our work is not done. There will be more to do. Many lawyers and judges don’t yet know of or understand what happened in Jones. We’ll need your help to continue to build on past success.
Thanks again to everyone who contributed to make the U.S. v Graham brief possible. We’ll report back when the case is decided.
If you wish to contribute a tax-deductible contribution to the Downsize DC Foundation, on our secure Zero Aggression Project web form, you can do so HERE.
Jim Babka & Perry Willis