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During a traffic stop, how long after resolving the issue that led to the stop may a law enforcement officer continue to question the motorist?
During a traffic stop, how long after resolving the issue that led to the stop may a law enforcement officer continue to question the motorist?
 
The issue of warrantless search and seizures by police was again before the N.C. Supreme Court in a case underscoring the divergent judicial philosophies of the high court's Republican and Democratic members.
The issue of warrantless search and seizures by police was again before the N.C. Supreme Court in a case underscoring the divergent judicial philosophies of the high court's Republican and Democratic members.
 
In a significant ruling involving the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, North Carolina’s second highest court has limited the instances in which a police dog can be called in to perform a drug sniff in traffic stop cases.
In a significant ruling involving the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, North Carolina’s second highest court has limited the instances in which a police dog can be called in to perform a drug sniff in traffic stop cases.
 
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
 
The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects Americans from unreasonable searches and seizures. Yet in a January decision, the N.C. Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of an officer's decision to stop a car even though he didn't suspect the driver of any wrongdoing. The court...
The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects Americans from unreasonable searches and seizures. Yet in a January decision, the N.C. Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of an officer's decision to stop a car even though he didn't suspect the driver of any wrongdoing. The court...
 
We have an inherently dishonest President. If you did not already know that or if you doubt it then you should review his speech on the massive spying program the National Security Agency is operating.
We have an inherently dishonest President. If you did not already know that or if you doubt it then you should review his speech on the massive spying program the National Security Agency is operating.
 
Most people we know are not too concerned about the recent revelations that the U. S Government has been collecting billions of bits of information on them without have any particularized suspicion that those on whom they have collected the data had violated any laws.
Most people we know are not too concerned about the recent revelations that the U. S Government has been collecting billions of bits of information on them without have any particularized suspicion that those on whom they have collected the data had violated any laws.
 
In DC, they are ignoring the guidelines laid out in The Constitution regarding legislative process. The Supreme Court has come up with creative dandies like "freedom of expression" as well as a "right to abortion."
In DC, they are ignoring the guidelines laid out in The Constitution regarding legislative process. The Supreme Court has come up with creative dandies like "freedom of expression" as well as a "right to abortion."
 
Individual liberties won one in the N. C. Court of Appeals last week.
 
We get a lot more ideology-based creative jurisprudence -- i.e., a nationwide "right to abortion" based on the U.S. Constitution's Fourth Amendment prohibition on unlawful search and seizure -- than neutral, unbiased evaluation of legislation based on the actual words in our founding documents.
We get a lot more ideology-based creative jurisprudence -- i.e., a nationwide "right to abortion" based on the U.S. Constitution's Fourth Amendment prohibition on unlawful search and seizure -- than neutral, unbiased evaluation of legislation based on the actual words in our founding documents.
 
In January 2012, the city decided they wanted to put a "transit center" and some spec commercial buildings on her property. Never mind the fact that Ms. Pfendler's successful tax-paying business -- employing dozens of area residents -- is already on the property.
In January 2012, the city decided they wanted to put a "transit center" and some spec commercial buildings on her property. Never mind the fact that Ms. Pfendler's successful tax-paying business -- employing dozens of area residents -- is already on the property.
 
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