Supreme Court Unanimously Rules Cops Cannot Enter Homes to Seize Guns Without A WarrantChris Menahan
May. 18, 2021
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Cops cannot enter people's homes to seize their guns without a warrant under "community caretaking" exceptions, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday.
From Firearms Policy Coalition, "Supreme Court Rules That 'Community Caretaking' Exception for Warrantless Searches, Seizures Does Not Apply to Homes":
The Supreme Court held today that the so-called “community caretaking” exception to the Fourth Amendment, which allows certain warrantless searches of vehicles, does not extend to the home. Earlier this year, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC), Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF), and Independence Institute filed a brief in support of the petitioner, authored by Joseph Greenlee, FPC’s Director of Constitutional Studies, that extensively detailed the history behind the Constitution’s protections against home searches, arguing that “American resistance to home invasions ultimately led to the American Revolution” and that “extending the community caretaking exception to the home would undermine the constitutional text, the founders’ intent, and centuries of tradition.” The opinion in Caniglia v. Strom can be found at FPCLegal.org.The Biden regime earlier this year asked the court to rule cops could enter homes to seize guns without a warrant.
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