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NEW YORK - Forget the ongoing privacy debate over U.S. government spying on telephone conversations--soon you may not have the right to tell cops to wait until you open your door.
In a case involving a private citizen and police authorities of the Midwestern state of Michigan, a team of civil rights lawyers appeared before the Supreme Court this week to challenge the police practice of storming into homes to look for whatever they want as evidence of a crime.
The case was brought before the Court last year by Booker Hudson, a resident of the industrial city of Detroit. Hudson says he was arrested by several police officers after they broke into his home without any warning.
Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
Scary that other court are using the Mi Supreme Court decision.
If we lose our Fourth Amendment rights here we will lose all hope of privacy in this country.
BTW, I looked up this red sticker business...is this what you are refering to? Marking "party" houses and apartments?
I don't see this as the same issue.
You should be able to go to the place you live and be able to enjoy peace and privacy.
I wll be very curious how this plays out