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 October 1, 2015  Posted by  Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Radley Balko comments on the recent New Jersey decision restoring the more lax federal standard allowing  cops to make warrantless searches  during traffic stops.

New Jersey was one of the last states to require police to obtain a warrant before searching your vehicle during a traffic stop. No more. The state’s highest court has ruled that the requirement is just too darned inconvenient.

Read his commentary on Washington Post.

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