Come to a virtual celebration of Constitution Day Sept 12, 10 a.m.! The annual event delves into Constitutional issues of particular relevance today.
Every year the Tseng College hosts a presentation about the Constitution to commemorate the signing of the document on Sept. 17, 1787. This year the discussion focuses on the Fourth Amendment and privacy in the digital age. Political science professor Leigh Bradberry and John Evans, political science instructor at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, lead the talk. They’ll addresses issues such as, what make something an unreasonable search or seizure? When is a warrant required? What do court cases say about searches of cell phones, cell site location information and DNA?
“CSUN is pleased to continue its annual tradition of celebrating the signing of the U.S. Constitution,” said Marcella Tyler, executive director of program advancement for the Tseng College. “Each year our Constitution scholars offer insights into this historic document that is a significant part of every American’s life.”
The program runs virtually via Zoom, so anyone can take part online. Get your questions answered and offer comments at this free event. Make your reservation now!