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WASHINGTON– The Supreme Court will decide when police without a warrant are able to search the vehicle of a person  who is under arrest. After a Tucson, Ariz. man was handcuffed and seated in the back of a patrol car under police supervision, police searched his car without a warrant, possibly violating the man’s Fourth Amendment rights.  Arizona Supreme Court ruled searches that occur in these circumstances do violate these rights and is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn that ruling.

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