High Court Expands Police Authority In Roadblocks

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The U.S. Supreme Court today gave police more discretion to gather evidence at roadblocks. The Associated Press reports that the justices decided that when they are used to seek information about recent crimes, police checkpoints do not violate motorists’ rights. The decision overturned a ruling of the Illinois Supreme Court. Justice Stephen Breyer said that
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