N.J. Court Limits Warrantless Vehicle Searches

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Police may not conduct warrantless searches of motor vehicles on the basis of finding drugs on someone who had just left the car, says the New Jersey Supreme Court. The Newark Star-Ledger says the unanimous decision was praised by public defenders who said it provides protection from unreasonable searches. State attorneys argued that the search
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