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Cathy Young

Knocking on door to trouble

By Cathy Young
June 26, 2006

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EARLIER this month, the Supreme Court came down with a ruling that some see as a step toward a police state and others as a common-sense approach to justice. In Hudson v. Michigan, the court ruled 5-4 that if the police enter a suspect's home without knocking, this does not make the search unconstitutional. (Full article: 763 words)

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