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Weed Odor As Probable Cause Should Be Ruled Unconstitutional

One of the most underhanded methods the police use to establish probable cause is claiming to smell marijuana in a vehicle, which according to legal experts should be ruled unconstitutional because the skunk odor associated with cannabis is not exclusive to the plant.

Cop Attempts Illegal Search Because 'Everyone Who Plays Frisbee Golf Smokes Weed'

In the latest installment of absurd probable cause attempts by police officers, we've got an Ankeny, Iowa cop who tries to search an innocent man's car because "everyone who plays frisbee golf smokes weed," as he explains.

Mass.: Marijuana Odor No Longer Probable Cause

Law enforcement officers in the state of Massachusetts can no longer use the odor of unburnt marijuana as an excuse to search a vehicle. Earlier this week, the Supreme Judicial Court handed down the verdict that pays respect to the state’s decriminalization laws by ...

PA Supreme Court: Cops No Longer Need Search Warrants

Stab and slice interpretations of the United States Constitution are threatening American citizens daily, and the most recent is brought to you by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which decided earlier this week that cops no longer need to secure a warrant before searching...

Anonymous Tip From 911 Caller Now Probable Cause

American law enforcement can now forcibly pull motorists over based solely on the anonymous “911” tips they receive from highway rats.

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