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Police in Santa Rosa Generally Must Have Legal Justification to Have Contact With a Citizen
Police in Santa Rosa Generally Must Have Legal Justification to Have Contact With a Citizen

Police are required to have different levels of justification, per the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution, to briefly contact a citizen legally. If they do not meet the standard of justification, they lose the right to use the evidence in court. If illegal, ...

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