Can Police Forcibly Collect Urine in Drug Cases?

Hot legal news! Law enforcement is allowed to collect evidence of a crime, but within certain limits. The Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures sets these limits generally, but it’s not very specific. For instance, if a suspect in a domestic dispute changes moods and gets fidgety, do police officers have…… FindLaw News – Top Stories http://ift.tt/2pwHMeh

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