"People don't think of someone going through their entire home against their will as a relatively limited invasion," said Dana Berliner, the IJ senior attorney who argued the case. "They see it as an appalling violation of their most private space."
This is a fight that needs to be won, because the country has been headed in the wrong direction for far too long. "The Fourth Amendment has been changing into just a protection for criminals against finding evidence of their crimes instead of what it was meant to be: a protection for the innocent in their privacy to just lead their own lives," Ms. Berliner told The Washington Times. "The purpose is to protect ordinary, law-abiding citizens and that has been lost."