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The Supreme Court enters 2018 with several fresh cases, and a key postponed case, in front of the nine Justices next week, with a voter registration suit from Ohio expected to get the most attention.

Arguments resume in the New Year on Monday, January 8, with a pair of original jurisdiction cases involving water rights between states. The following day, a pair of cases involves the ability of law enforcement to search rental cars and to look for a motorcycle under a tarp.

In Byrd v. United States, the dispute is over the following question: “Does a driver have a reasonable expectation of privacy in a rental car when he has the renter’s permission to drive the car but is not listed as an authorized driver on the rental agreement?”

Voter registration, search cases highlight next week’s Court arguments – National Constitution Center

The Supreme Court enters 2018 with several fresh cases, and a key postponed case, in front of the nine Justices next week, with a voter registration suit from Ohio expected to get the most attention.


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