Tuggle v. United States

Brief of Amici Curiae Electronic Frontier Foundation, Brennan Center for Justice, Center for Democracy & Technology, Electronic Privacy Information Center, and National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in Support of Petitioner (On Petition for Writ of Certiorari).

Brief filed: 11/10/2021


Tuggle v. United States

United States Supreme Court; Case No. 21-541

Prior Decision

Decision below 4 F. 4th 505 (7th Cir. July 14, 2021)


The capabilities of video surveillance have increased significantly, just as the costs of such surveillance have decreased, counseling in favor of certiorari. Certiorari is necessary to make clear the Fourth Amendment prohibits the long-term warrantless monitoring and video recording of all activity immediately outside a person’s home.


Jennifer Lynch and Andrew Crocker, Electronic Frontier Foundation, San Francisco, CA; Rachel Levinson-Waldman and Laura Hecht-Felella, Brennan Center for Justice, Washington, DC; Sharon Bradford Franklin, Center for Democracy & Technology, Washington, DC; Alan Butler and Megan Iorio, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Washington, DC; Jeffrey T. Green, NACDL, Washington, DC.

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