Faculty explore what constitutes a reasonable search

To mark Constitution Day (Sept. 17), James Valenti, J.D., associate professor of social science, and Eric Duchess, Ph.D., associate professor of social science, made a video to highlight how the U.S. Constitution goes to great lengths to defend the rights of citizens. The Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. The discussion included all kinds of searches including whether the government can gather your DNA.

Author: Lenore Friend

Lenore Friend is the director of public relations and communications at FLCC and the college's liaison with Finger Lakes TV. Contact her at (585) 785-1623 or Lenore.Friend@flcc.edu.

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