New Jersey's highest court upholds police right to search cars without warrants

    By: Mary Fuchs

    New Jersey’s highest court has upheld the ability of police officers to search a stopped car without a warrant. But the state Supreme Court set more limits on what constitutes an urgent need for them to do so. WHYY’s Mary Fuchs has the story.

    By: Mary Fuchs

    New Jersey’s highest court has upheld the ability of police officers to search a stopped car without a warrant. But the state Supreme Court set more limits on what constitutes an urgent need for them to do so. WHYY’s Mary Fuchs has the story.

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