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How the 4th Amendment prevents random police searches

The authors of the Bill of Rights understood that a society cannot be free if the police were allowed to conduct random searches of everyone and anyone. That is why they included the Fourth Amendment, which protects citizens’ right not to have their bodies, homes and property subjected to “unreasonable searches and seizures.”

Charges dropped against former Miss Indiana after December arrest

A person getting arrested in Indiana will often make headlines, while the news coverage is not always as vigilant when that person is acquitted, or prosecutors drop the charges. Nevertheless, justice is served when the prosecution acknowledges is lacks the evidence to pursue charges against an individual, or that police made procedural errors that violated the suspect’s rights.

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