Parking Enforcers Who Chalk Tires Violate The Constitution
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that “chalking” is a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
Terrible business, chalking.
Law professor Orin Kerr, noting that he had never seen a chalking case before, said parking enforcement officers could sidestep the constitutional issue altogether by simply taking a photo of the car rather than using chalk.
Ah, yes, much better.