WI Supreme Court Rules Seizure During Warrantless Search is Legal

from RT America

The Supreme Court of Wisconsin just rules that evidence seized in a person’s home during a warrantless search can be used against the person under an expanded view of the ‘community caretaker’ clause. The Resident explains how this is a major blow to the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution, which protects citizens against warrantless search and seizures. Follow The Resident at http://www.twitter.com/TheResident

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