CA7 grants rehearing en banc in case described as “parking while black”

From How Appealing:

Seventh Circuit grants rehearing en banc in a case the dissent criticized as “enabling police seizures for ‘parking while black’”: Thanks to a reader of the blog, I have learned that yesterday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued this order granting rehearing en banc in the case.

Yesterday’s order granting en banc review vacated the earlier opinion of a divided three-judge Seventh Circuit panel. This blog’s coverage of that earlier decision appeared here and here.
Posted at 04:18 PM by Howard Bashman

The case: United States v. Johnson, posted here.

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