01-26-2012, 10:42 PM
In this case the police had every right to do what they did.
Originally Posted by W9OE
The woman was in danger, called the police and they responded to her call for help.
Since she cohabits there she has prevailing right and by calling the police gave them not only PC to enter the house had the fight not spilled into the street but they were allowed to enter also because they were in persute of the man in question as he was suspected of DV.
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01-27-2012, 12:13 AM
[QUOTE=KC9IUX;2448989]So much for "I'm done"
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01-27-2012, 06:01 AM
01-27-2012, 01:42 PM
Ever heard of the The Fourth Amendment? It allows entry without a warrant if there is probable cause of the commission of a crime.
Originally Posted by N0SYA
How about if someone breaks into your home and starts beating the living crap out of you after you call 911? Do you think they'd be violating your rights if they waited to get a warrant before entering your home to save your life?
If you're so sure you are living in a police state, then I suggest you leave before they become so entrenched that you won't be able to.
If you don't leave, then I can only surmise that you don't believe what you sometimes spew out into this forum about our country, which makes you a troll.