The Supreme Court Allows Stops For Suspected DUI By Anonymous 911 Caller

This week the US Supreme Court allowed cops to stop any motorist for suspected DUI when the caller gives the dispatcher information that a driver is impaired.  The case, Navarette, is the first to allow law enforcement to detain a driver when a person simply calls in and says that another car is driving erratically.  The case raises many  concerns for many constitutional scholars who believe that  the opinion will allow others to harrass and seek revenge on others.

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