Arizona v. Gant (a great decision!)

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 the driver or a passenger is arrested, the police do not get a free no-holds-barred search of the car, the trunk, the glove compartment and any luggage, purses or backpacks in the car. This case is a great victory for freedom and a major setback for cheating police officers. Yahooooooo!