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Should police refuse to comply with court orders? (1 Viewer)

Should police refuse to comply with court orders/warrants to avoid the crime of complying?

  • Yes, police officers should have the final say over the validity of court orders/warrants

  • No, police officers should comply with court orders at the risk of then being sent to prison

  • IDK/Other

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Jan 21, 2009
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An arrest warrant is a court order. We now know that police who comply with such orders will be prosecuted under the theory that executing a warrant is a felony crime.

Should police refuse to comply with court orders to avoid the crime of complying with the court order/warrant?

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