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If you’re entering Texas from Mexico, you are required to respond to Border Patrol agents or face delays, even deportation.

But some motorists are challenging those checkpoints along Interstate-35 in Laredo and beyond.

Professor, immigration lawyer and former state department official, Anne Ohlrich, says voluntary checkpoints are just that: voluntary, as is any information you decide to give.

“I had a lot of students from the valley, who were very scared to pass that checkpoint,” she said.
Ohlrich says the 4th Amendment to the Constitution protects against unreasonable searches and seizures without probable cause.

Read the rest of Joe Conger’s report at KENS 5

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