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June 2017 Archives

Drug raids: How does the Fourth Amendment protect you?

Let's say you and a few friends are hanging out at your home watching a major sports event on TV. Suddenly, a loud knock at the door startles everyone in the room, and as you approach the entrance to your home, you notice several people who appear to be uniformed Tennessee police officers outside your window. You crack open the door and the official-looking people show you badges and ask if they can come in and have a look around.

Predators fan throws catfish on the ice. Now he's facing charges.

As the Nashville Predators attempt to hoist the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, a devoted fan may be facing some legal trouble due to a long-standing tradition. During the second period of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, a Predators fan threw a (dead) catfish on the ice. Now he’s been charged with “disorderly conduct, possessing instruments of crime and disrupting meetings and processions,” according to


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