Texas Sheriff’s Raid, Search, Seize, & Arrest of Homeowner Who Refused Consent to Warrantless Search – The Washington Standard

The Rutherford Institute is challenging a warrantless raid carried out on a rural home by the Gillespie County (Tex.) Sheriff’s Department, which allegedly resulted in the homeowner being seized by police officers, placed in handcuffs, thrown to the ground and subsequently arrested for refusing to consent to the search of his home. In coming to the defense of Huntly and Susan Dantzler, Rutherford Institute attorneys are investigating the extent to which the Dantzler’s constitutional rights were violated by law enforcement officials.

Texas Sheriff’s Raid, Search, Seize, & Arrest of Homeowner Who Refused Consent to Warrantless Search – The Washington Standard.

2 thoughts on “Texas Sheriff’s Raid, Search, Seize, & Arrest of Homeowner Who Refused Consent to Warrantless Search – The Washington Standard

  1. If you are not allowed to exercise the right, then the right effectively becomes meaningless. The police violated clearly established Constitutional law.

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