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Old 05-25-2011, 11:58 AM
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Well, we in Indiana have just been stripped of our fourth amendment right, and our state Supreme Court ruled we do not have the right to resist unlawful entry and arrest.
Court: No right to resist illegal cop entry into home
There are protest going on today, and hopefully this vile act is struck down.
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:04 PM
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You have the right to call one of the violator's cop friends to complain about his buddy.
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:08 PM
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That doesn't have a good history here.
Charges Reduced Against Drunk Cop : Dispatches from the Culture Wars
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Remember the Indianapolis cop who ran into three motorcycles that were parked, killing two people and critically injuring another while drunk on duty? The charges have been dropped against him for a rather convenient reason. Balko reports:
Prosecutors initially filed a host of DWI-related charges against Bisard. But on August 19, Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi announced he had no choice but to drop the most serious charges because Bisard's blood had been drawn by an uncertified lab tech. And because none of Brisard's fellow officers apparently noticed his intoxication at the scene of the accident, there was no admissible evidence that Brisard was drunk when he caused the crash.
You can call, but they will cover each others backs.
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:10 PM
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Yer such a cynic! Cops would never cover up each others' crimes.
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Law enforcement always seems to be rife with corruption and misconduct, and society looks the other way and worships them as heroes.
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Law enforcement always seems to be rife with corruption and misconduct, and society looks the other way and worships them as heroes.
I'd guess that the percentage of cops who are either corrupt or misuse their authority isn't a whole lot greater than in the population as a whole, but I don't know how one could test or verify that guess.
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That flat doesn't make sense.

Any evidence obtained illegally is inadmissible.
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The state could always make a federal case about it. Federal law supersedes state law, thus it is still illegal to unlawfully enter in a home. It may be a state law; however, it really has little backing it since federal law forbids the act.

Thus, is someone would enter into your home unlawfully, you could make a federal case against it, and it would pretty much be a clear cut case.
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The state could always make a federal case about it. Federal law supersedes state law, thus it is still illegal to unlawfully enter in a home. It may be a state law; however, it really has little backing it since federal law forbids the act.

Thus, is someone would enter into your home unlawfully, you could make a federal case against it, and it would pretty much be a clear cut case.
If they can wipe the cop off the wall.
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:27 PM
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That flat doesn't make sense.
Any evidence obtained illegally is inadmissible.
But legally planted evidence is admissible.

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The state could always make a federal case about it. Federal law supersedes state law, thus it is still illegal to unlawfully enter in a home. It may be a state law; however, it really has little backing it since federal law forbids the act.

Thus, is someone would enter into your home unlawfully, you could make a federal case against it, and it would pretty much be a clear cut case.
The feds don't care about such trifles.
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