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Section 2.14. All citizens have the right to be secure against search, seizure or forced entry, other than in accordance with a warrant issued by a magistrate or sheriff on evidence or in accordance with police powers to respond to protect someone in immediate danger.

Proposed Amendments to Section

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Original Version

Proposed Amendment to Section 2.14.

  • Caledonialan

    Section 2.14. Section 2.14. All citizens have the right to be secure against search, seizure or forced entry, other than in accordance with a warrant issued by a competent judicial authority on evidence or in accordance with police powers to protect someone in immediate danger.

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Proposed Amendment to Section 2.14.

  • NSCNICK

    Section 2.14. Section 2.14. All citizens have the right to be secure against search, seizure or forced entry, other than in accordance with a warrant issued by a magistrate or sheriff on evidence or in accordance with police powers to respond to protect someone in immediate danger. Except in times of national emergency.

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