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‘Massive win for property rights’ in major warrantless search case

Bob Unruh
By Bob Unruh

An appeals court in Tennessee has released a “massive win for property rights” in the state by affirming a lower court’s decision that game wardens are barred from conducting warrantless searches of private property.

The announcement comes from the Institute for Justice, which fought the case on behalf of landowners Terry Rainwaters and Hunter Hollingsworth.

The Benton County landowners sued when the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency ignored their “No Trespassing” signs and entered their properties to install cameras.

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