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Pinkston prosecutorial practice: ‘No constitutional “right to travel,”’ & that’s that

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Tennessee court policy denies any right to travel exists, except in one instance. And that is the “individual right to move between states,” to change one’s domicile from Tennessee, say, to Florida. That’s the point made by Neal Pinkston, the elected state’s attorney in Hamilton County, who intends to enforce against private people in Hamilton County this theory of the law, this policy upheld by courts — despite unmistakeable and breathtaking contradiction in the statute itself and almost all case law covering the field of transportation, even in those opinions that strike a policy deathblow to a fundamental God-given right

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