This article provides an overview of fourth amendment litigation that focused on the question of what constitutes an “unreasonable” search. The Supreme Court had previously provided guidance in Terry v. Ohio and Chimel v. California. This article provides a brief overview of these cases, and then it turns to more thoroughly examine the decision in US v. Robinson.
Case Comment, United States v. Robinson, 23 Clev. St. L. Rev. 135 (1974)