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Does the US federal government have the authority to either detain without charge or search without probable cause?

  • The US federal government is not expempt from Constitutional law.

    The US federal government is the physical representation of the Constitution. The founding fathers made it very clear that due process of law was of the utmost importance in the founding and ongoing maintenance of this nation. The United States government, therefore, does not have the right to detain criminals without cause or to search property without probable cause.

  • US Government Has Authority to Detain or Search Without Cause, Some Situations

    Yes, the US federal government has the authority to either detain without charge or search without probable cause in certain situations. In matters of national security and well-being, the US government's job is to the people as a whole first, not to any individual person. Sometimes such things are necessary.

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  • Detain without charge

    The US federal government is not expempt from Constitutional law. The US federal government is the physical representation of the Constitution. The founding fathers made it very clear that due process of law was of the utmost importance in the founding and ongoing maintenance of this nation. The United States government, therefore, does not have the right to detain criminals without cause or to search property without probable cause

  • Detain without charge

    The US federal government is not expempt from Constitutional law. The US federal government is the physical representation of the Constitution. The founding fathers made it very clear that due process of law was of the utmost importance in the founding and ongoing maintenance of this nation. The United States government, therefore, does not have the right to detain criminals without cause or to search property without probable cause

  • Detain without charge

    The government does not have the right to detain an individual for no reason at all. They are not above the laws that they created in the first place. You need probable cause or a reason to search someone, or detain that specific individual. This topic should not even be in question.

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