The vote in Congress this week was to extend through the end of the year three provisions, set to expire at the end of this month. Should we renew them?
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In our latest addition of “You be the judge” can police arrest a man doing drugs when they entered his apartment without a warrant… on accident?
“If the court’s ruling is correct, the government has unreviewable authority to carry out the targeted killing of any American, anywhere, whom the president deems to be a threat to the nation…It would be difficult to conceive of a proposition more inconsistent with the Constitution, or more dangerous to American liberty.” Jameel Jaffer, a lawyer […]
Is a GPS search Constitutional?
“Recently, I was standing in line at a movie house behind a woman who objected to the theater’s policy of searching purses and backpacks. She indignantly told a theater employee that her purse could not be inspected, citing the Fourth Amendment’s protection against illegal searches. She did not know that, in general, the Fourth Amendment […]