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Warrants not needed to search cars -- PA high court

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Published on May 1, 2014

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police officers may search vehicles without a warrant. Police found two pounds of marijuana under the hood of Philadelphia resident Shiem Gary's car in 2010, prompting him to file a lawsuit arguing police had violated his rights. The case made its way to the state's high court which decided that while police need "probable cause" to conduct a search, they do not need a warrant granted by a judge. RT's Ameera David has more details on the ruling that is upsetting civil liberties advocates.

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