WTF?: New Jersey Supreme Court Rules Police Can Search Your Car WITHOUT A WARRANT

search carPrince Vega – Thanks to New Jersey’s supreme court New Jersey citizens fourth amendment rights can now be violated. The supreme court ruled today that police can search their cars WITHOUT A WARRANT. The 5-2 decision easily overturned its own 2009 decision on warrantless car searches, stemming from the case of a Salem County man who was charged with illegal handgun possession following an unrelated motor vehicle stop, according to NJ.com. New Jersey will now operate under the standards set in the State v. Alston ruling, which maintained that a police officer would only need to have probable cause to search a car, instead of a warrant. Click Here To Read More

 

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