Knock, Knock. How Quickly Can The Cops Break In?

Print More Lashawn Banks’s Las Vegas apartment was raided by police as he took a shower in 1998. Today, the Supreme Court considered whether the quick entry violated Banks’s privacy rights under the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment. The Christian Science Monitor says the Justices are studying what is a reasonable amount of time between the first knock
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