I am wondering how much longer a man’s home will remain his castle if the Supreme Court continues to chip away at its foundations. Sadly, two of the court’s recent cases — involving the questionable arrest of a robbery suspect on unrelated charges to avoid having to obtain a search warrant for his apartment, and qualified immunity for a police officer who injured a homeowner while engaged in the possibly unlawful pursuit of a misdemeanor suspect — suggest that this bedrock constitutional principle is in danger of crumbling.
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