Judge: Constitutional Rights of Residents Were Violated

Injunction Will Protect Rights of Dog-owning Detroit Residents

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Portland, OR -(AmmoLand.com)- The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. U.S. District Judge Nancy G. Edmunds issued her order Monday, saying the city violated the constitutional rights of residents who sued when it acted to take a dog without a warrant, consent or exigent circumstances.

Eleven residents sued in November, claiming animal control officers seized dogs, imprisoned the animals in filthy condtitions and charged exorbitant fees.

Read more here: Detroit judge stops warrantless dog searches.

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Eric_CA
Eric_CA
4 years ago

I’ve noticed that many liberal politicians started as teachers or professors.

Chuck
Chuck
4 years ago

Good for the judge. Remember, ‘all politics is local’ is not just some quote. These criminals in government learn their craft at the local level and hone it as they climb the ladder of oppression for the American people and make it to Washington. That is the big time to these thieves.