http://www.nwanews.com/adg/story_national.php?storyid=34286 The next time an Arkansas state trooper stops a vehicle and points a flashlight inside, he may be doing more than illuminating the interior. He could be testing the air inside for proof that the driver has been drinking alcohol, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports. The motorist would not even know it, which is causing some civil liberties advocates to question whether the practice violates the constitutional right against "unreasonable searches." Now 118 of the 320 state troopers . . .
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