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Published: Tuesday, March 26 2013 9:33 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

This is good news on many levels of constitutional rights and freedoms. So this should make those mobile cameras police wear or operating in their vehicles and street cameras, and vehicle searches at borders against the law if they don't consent of have a warrant.

It will not infringe on the duties of the police officer is performing their legal duties as good civil service employees. This search and seizure laws has been in violation for decades as law enforcment thinks they should have laws and rights to make their job "easy". The constitution and limitation are written the way they are to make law enforcement hard and difficult to prevent injustice and spy evidence.

The curtilage explanation can also be interpreted to include private casual conversations by other prisoners in jail or family, relatives, and friends. Curtilage can follow you and commonly called personal space of privacy from spying and illegal seizure of prison and witness tampering leveraged from other prisoners. Curtilage also expands the home defense zone to include outside property boundaries.

Maybe its a good week for the citizens rights restricting the left wingers who think the law is what they say the law is.

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