Sometimes, Sanity Prevails 

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020

Back in November, state attorneys in Indiana attempted to argue that removing an unmarked device that law enforcement had placed on a suspect’s car was “theft”. Fortunately, the Indiana Supreme Court has rejected that deeply flawed argument.

In this specific case, that may unfortunately mean a meth dealer gets off the hook. However, that’s ultimately the fault of a very problematic investigation and criminal prosecution.

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