The case, Navarette v. California, concerned a man who was pulled over for drunk driving and arrested for possession of a substantial quantity of marijuana.
The man had not actually been driving drunk, however, and the officer had no reason to stop him, other than an anonymous phone tip. Civil libertarians argued that the anonymous tip was not enough to warrant stopping and searching the car, when the driver exhibited no actual signs of being intoxicated.
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