The Supreme Court’s ruling in a case out of Kentucky could give law enforcement officers more power to enter homes without warrants. The case came from Lexington, where law enforcement officers burst into Hollis King’s home after smelling marijuana and having reason to believe he was destroying evidence. The police, however, were not looking for… Continue reading Supreme Court Ruling on Kentucky Case Could Give Police More Power in Warrantless Searches
SoA 2/23/10: Campaign Finance & the Supreme Court Listen to the Show
Roberts spoke at and event organized by U of L’s McConnell Center. Joined by the center’s namesake, U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell, Roberts warned against partisan politics in the Senate’s review of Supreme Court nominees.