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Supreme Court Rules Cops Can Break the Law to Enforce the Law

In another devastating blow to the 4th Amendment, on Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that evidence of an alleged crime can be used against a defendant even if police did something inappropriate or even illegal to obtain it. In a split 5-3 decision, the justices voted to reinstate the drug-related convictions of Joseph Edward Strieff. Read More…

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Court Rules Cops Don’t Need to Know the Laws they Enforce

Police are no longer be required to even give the appearance of an understanding of the laws they’re tasked with enforcing, thanks to a recent court decision surpassing even the veritable green light previously granted in Heien v. North Carolina. In the Heien case, the Supreme Court ruled a “police officer’s reasonable mistake of law gives rise to reasonable suspicion that Read More…