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Submitted by icujpadmin on Tue, 05/22/2012 - 10:01pm
Only two goodies really caught my eye today. First was a 9th Circuit opinion which I would summarize (at the moment, caveats, disclaimers, and assumed peril at the fore) as "If you can make the bust by harshing a guy about limit lines, then you darned well better arrest first and impound second. If you can't follow the rules at least that closely we can't pretend there's anything left of the 4th Amendment." I do not think for a moment anyone well acquainted with the ruling would like that characterization, but brevity is a tyrant.
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