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Supreme Court limits warrantless vehicle searches

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Comment by Powell Gammill
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I am pretty certain this was the case Marc Victor discussed in which the cops who had already handcuffed Mr. Gant and had him locked in the back of a patrol car, with two other patrol cars parked between him and his vehicle were dismayed to find his vehicle locked and they did not have the keys. They pulled Mr. Gant out, researched his pockets, found his keys, shoved him back into their car, and proceeded to open and search his vehicle. Under the claim they were doing it to prevent Mr. Gant from being able to get his hands on a weapon in his locked car that could harm them. A Superior court admitted all evidence obtained form the search and Gant was convicted. Of course, since he served his time, winning now doesn**Q**t mean a whle lot.

Comment by Chip Saunders
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The Supreme**Q**s are exhibiting signs of sanity?!

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

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