Flushing the Fourth Amendment Down the Toilet: How Community Urinalysis Threatens Individual Privacy

This Note explores the Fourth Amendment implications of community urinalysis technology. It argues that the testing of a home’s wastewater constitutes a search requiring a warrant. Because plenty of doctrinal room exists for a contrary conclusion, however, the Note also argues that statutes and regulations are potentially a better way to address community urinalysis’s impact on personal liberties.