Monday, April 06, 2020

SCOTUS Favors Stricter Kansas Stop Power

Fewer 4th Amendment protections exist thanks to this guilt by association ruling targeting citizens merely connected to moving violations . . . And so ridin dirty becomes even easier to prove for those unable to hire effective weed carriers.

Kansas law enforcement was justified in stopping vehicle after learning the owner's license was revoked, Supreme Court says

The Supreme Court on Monday held that Kansas law enforcement was justified in pulling over a Kansas man for a traffic stop after learning that the registered owner of the vehicle had his license revoked by the state, even though the officers did not know who was driving.


Anonymous said...

Hell yes they should, good call SOTUS. Need more stopping like this!

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the Police State. Coronavirus sealed the deal.