Originally Posted by higame
Ind. court upholds no-knock warrants
states Indiana upheld no-knock warrants but suggests that police still ask the courts for a no-knock warrant. this law is NOT saying cops can just run up and kick in your door.
understanding if they get a disturbance call and hear blood curdling screams,gun fire , etc. doesn't mean they can't enter without permission it's always been that way , or like has been stated they(THE COPS) see someone run into a house they can chase him but if it's my house the criminal runs into it's NOT the cops he need worry about.
read before you post think about it
Did you read the article? It said cops may enter without a warrant because the resident was a convicted felon and it was suspected might be armed. Even convicted felons have some rights. They served their time and are still American citizens.
No-Knock warrants have been abused for decades in this country and something need to be done.
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