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  • A pretextual traffic stop is when the police pull you over for some bogus reason because they really just want to harass you. In 1995, the U.S. Supreme Court made it easier for them to get away with
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  • In Arizona v. Gant, a United States Supreme Court case issued April 21, 2009, the Court strictly limits police vehicle searches, reversing a practice abused for 28 years nationwide. From now on, if a car is stopped and
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  • The U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in Herring v. United States further weakened the exclusionary rule by expanding the so-called "good faith" exception. What is the exclusionary rule? Why do we have it? What's the "good faith" exception? These
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