Ca. Law Allowing Seizure of Guns Without Notice Begins Jan. 1st
So, Ca. will not follow the 4th Amendment…..cops are in grave danger if they illegally start to kick in doors…….
The 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees freedom from unreasonable search and seizure. This means that law enforcement agents need probable cause, and a warrant in most cases, to search your person or belongings. If there is no probable cause and you are searched illegally, any evidence collected from the search will be excluded from evidence at trial. This has come to be called the Exclusionary Rule.
Probable Cause – There must be enough evidence that a reasonable person would believe a crime was committed. This evidence is presented to a judge who must agree before authorizing the search by granting a warrant.
The purpose of the 4th Amendment is to protect people from being abused by a powerful government. There are strict rules that government agents must follow to search you and seize evidence. PERIOD!
It appears Ca. has no use for a Constitution that gets in the way of arrogant self serving politicians, who should all be recalled by the People of Ca.
Submitted by Mark Shean