Law’s Michael Benza explains rights police officers have when the window tint on a car is too dark

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WEWSMichael Benza, professor of practice at the School of Law, explained that window tint believed to be too dark gives police officers grounds to stop a car but not to search it. “As long as there is a traffic violation, the only thing the constitution cares about is that,” Benza said. “What you really want to address or try to figure out (whether there is) an improper motivation for enforcing these types of particular traffic laws that have an undercurrent of race or other bias.”