Re: Aren't there already enough laws?
No kidding, please please put the resident troll Orlowski back in charge of cell phones or something.
34 posts • joined 8 Apr 2015
"None of these sources refer to an inherent authority for a defendant or anyone else to challenge an allegedly defective warrant before it is executed."
No way to challenge a warrant's legality or defectiveness until it's it's executed. Then the government can say 'oops' but by that point it's too late. Only in America.
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