High Court Takes Up Police Checkpoint Case

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The Supreme Court hears arguments today on whether police checkpoints on public roads violate motorist privacy rights. The Christian Science Monitor says the case is significant because it is expected to clarify when law enforcers may use roadblocks, including sobriety checkpoints. It comes at a time when the government is adopting tighter security measures in
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