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The Insane Way the Supreme Court Just Made It So Police Can Search Your Home without
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Quote:The Insane Way the Supreme Court Just Made It So Police Can Search Your Home without a Warrant
Some people would gladly let the police come into their homes because they have nothing to hide. And good for them.

But the ability to keep the police out of your home really has nothing to do with whether you’ve committed a crime or not.

It has everything to do with the fourth amendment and being free from unreasonable searches and seizures.

But the Supreme Court just made it so that police can arrest you (for a crime you didn’t commit) and then search your home when you’re not there… without a warrant.

The Washington Post writes: http://preservefreedom.org/the-insane-wa...a-warrant/
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I don't particularly see what has changed. I would have assumed all along that this would be SOP.
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I don't see the problem. Fernandez is a scumbag robber and woman beater. He was lawfully arrested. Rojas permitted entry after he was hauled away. As long as the arrest is lawful (which it was), what's the problem?
"There is no hunting like the hunting of man. And those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter."
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I should have asked the question, What did they change? I dont see a problem either. He was followed from the crime scene why didnt they just arrest him as soon as he got home? I didnt think they needed a search warrant at that point? Im not really up on legal issues though.
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(02-10-2015, 10:19 PM)das Wrote: I should have asked the question, What did they change? I dont see a problem either. He was followed from the crime scene why didnt they just arrest him as soon as he got home? I didnt think they needed a search warrant at that point? Im not really up on legal issues though.

Yeah a search warrant is still required, unless consent is given like in this case.
"There is no hunting like the hunting of man. And those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter."
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