The United States Supreme Court found that a condition of release can diminish or eliminate a released prisoner's reasonable expectation of privacy such that a suspicionless search by law enforcement officers would not offend the Fourth Amendment.
Samson v. California, 126 S. Ct. 2193 (2006).
Parolee's Reduced Expectation of Privacy May Justify Suspicionless Search: Samson v. California,
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