Does the Fourth Amendment protect warrantless searches and surveillance of your private ag land?

An issue that can arise in agriculture is the government’s ability to surveil your farm without a warrant.

While the Fourth Amendment protects against illegal search and seizure of a person’s home, what about private land not located in the surrounding vicinity of the home?

Roger McEowen with the Washburn School of Law spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the general elements to keep in mind when it comes to curtilage, how government officials go about making warrantless searches in the open and if these rules vary by state.

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