Protect the Fourth Amendment: End Illegal Police Entry
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Protect the Fourth Amendment: End Illegal Police Entry

    1. Robert Lugo
    2. Petition by

      Robert Lugo

      Fort Wayne, IN

This is a petition to overturn the May 12, 2011 Indiana Supreme Court ruling  "Barnes v. State of Indiana" No. 82S05-1007-CR-343

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    • cindy morgan LAFAYETTE, IN
      • over 2 years ago

      WHY? because this is insane..an invasion AGAIN of privacy issues..our constitutional rights are being thrown out the window..it is time to speak up and stand up for our RIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Sean Grant ELBERFELD, IN
      • almost 3 years ago

      It was bad enough when all the police had to do was make up a reason to search.

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    • Norma Gipson PERU, IN
      • almost 3 years ago

      This decisions is in direct violaion to our fourth ammendment rights, it opens the door for a lot of tragic situations to occur. Imagine waking up in the middle of the night half asleep thinking an intruder is breaking into your home. Are we gonna shoot first and ask questions later.

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    • Satora Proffitt NEW PALESTINE, IN
      • almost 3 years ago

      when we don't have the right to protect ourselves from the law in our own home then we our living under an unlawful constitution!

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    • Zach Leach GREENWOOD, IN
      • almost 3 years ago

      We are moving towards a frightening new existence in this nation. The 4th Amendment finds its roots in the English Magna Carta of 1215, and this new ruling sets us back to the days when the king could send his men to kick your door in for no reason at all. What happened to the country I grew up in? Do we really want a police state?

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