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To: 54-46 Was My Number
If that were the case, do you think the cop would risk his career and his neck to search on a hunch?

That is the point of it you see. For them to rely heavily on a hunch and they know they risk their career, they will indeed think hard before they make that decision.

If there is a reason to litigate why a search took place, so be it, litigate. I am saying do it seperately from the evidence that was gained. Why a search was done does not remove the evidence found found nor should litigation about a search remove the truthfulness of that evidence found.
43 posted on 05/31/2006 10:09:08 AM PDT by BlueStateDepression
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To: BlueStateDepression
That is the point of it you see. For them to rely heavily on a hunch and they know they risk their career, they will indeed think hard before they make that decision.

You understand, of course, you're advocating a system where the presumption is of guilt, not innocence, and that's wholly incompatible with the American system of jurisprudence . . .

48 posted on 05/31/2006 11:35:46 AM PDT by 54-46 Was My Number (Right now, somebody else got that number)
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