We are proud to announce this Order, which we received today in the case of Mundy v. Hambright, et al. This case involves a truly bizarre set of facts. Our client, a former college professor at Coastal College of Georgia, resigned after an employment-related dispute. After his resignation, the college president directed one of our client’s colleagues to enter our client’s home and search it for evidence of his whereabouts. This particular colleague also threatened our client’s life and sent him disturbing letters. The college president and the colleague sought to dismiss the complaint, arguing that their conduct did not implicate the Fourth Amendment. A federal court has rejected their argument and will allow this important Fourth Amendment case to proceed.