Michigan federal court finds chalking tires for parking enforcement unconstitutional

A panel of judges ruled it's unconstitutional for police to mark car tires with chalk to determine how long a car has been parked. The ruling affects Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee.
0:14 | 04/23/19

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Transcript for Michigan federal court finds chalking tires for parking enforcement unconstitutional
A partial victory against parking tickets tonight a federal court in Michigan ruling it is unconstitutional. For police to mark your tires with chalk to determine how longer vehicles to park. The court calling it an illegal search in Michigan Ohio Kentucky and Tennessee.

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