SCOTUS Heard Arguments On Whether Police Can Seize Guns Without A Warrant The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case testing whether police may enter a person's home and seize guns without a warrant in order to safeguard the homeowner from potential harm.
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SCOTUS Heard Arguments On Whether Police Can Seize Guns Without A Warrant

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SCOTUS Heard Arguments On Whether Police Can Seize Guns Without A Warrant

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SCOTUS Heard Arguments On Whether Police Can Seize Guns Without A Warrant

SCOTUS Heard Arguments On Whether Police Can Seize Guns Without A Warrant

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The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case testing whether police may enter a person's home and seize guns without a warrant in order to safeguard the homeowner from potential harm.