High Court Expands Police Car-Searching Powers

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The U.S. Supreme Court said yesterday that police don’t need a warrant to search a car when the person they’ve arrested was recently in the car, reports the Christian Science Monitor. The 7-to-2 ruling was a setback to civil libertarians. “Once an officer determines that there is probable cause to make an arrest, it is
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