It is a matter of constitutionality that will not be wiped out. Is it ever okay for a parking attendant to place chalk marks on a car tire when looking for illegally parked vehicles?
SFGate.com's latest report on two ongoing lawsuits in San Francisco aimed at challenging practice tells of a federal 2019 appeals court ruling that showed chalk violates the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment, "one of the San Francisco state notifications, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
A similar lawsuit was filed in San Diego in 2019, although the decision to chalk was not unconstitutional, according to media reports. ] So the infamous practice will disappear and the trials will come forward? The chronicle perhaps says that technology can replace the simple, legally clear-cut act of marking the tire of a private vehicle with chalk.