Carroll - Court Cases

Court Cases

  • R v Carroll, Australian High Court case
  • Carroll v. United States, which decided that automobile passengers have a reduced expectation of privacy.
  • United States v. Carroll Towing Co., precedent-setting United States appeals court case

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