Md. high court weighs whether MTA violated Fourth Amendment

An assistant Maryland attorney general and a defense lawyer battled before the state’s top court Tuesday over whether transit officers violated the constitutional right of light-rail passengers to be free of unreasonable seizures when the agents conducted sweeps of the Baltimore train cars to ensure fares were paid. Arguing for the state, Jer Welter defended the ...

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