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The Oregon Supreme Court recently made a ruling that means a warrant will be required in more searches of vehicles. Should the Legislature change the law so searches are easier for law enforcement?

The court’s decision comes in regard to a case involving Charles Steven McCarthy. He was driving his truck in Oregon when law enforcement officers stopped him for a traffic violation.

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This is how classic "criminal progressive thought" works - Spin BACK the clock to the early 1980s or earlier before we realized a balance of rights between victims and criminals was important.

Ask your current DA his opinion n. I'm sure he's with the thieves.

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