Hungary’s new constitution, which consolidates Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s power, threatens the rule of law in the European Union member state, a panel of experts said.
The U.S. Supreme Court questioned whether jails can constitutionally search the private body parts of all new prisoners, including those arrested for traffic violations.
Drug-sniffing police dogs have their place, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled. And it’s not on a suspect’s front porch.
States can routinely collect DNA samples from people arrested for a serious crime, a divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled, limiting privacy rights and giving police a powerful investigative tool for solving old crimes.
The European Parliament criticized Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s consolidation of power, saying he is eroding the rule of law.
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