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Without Scalia, Supreme Court Divided on Key Police Powers Case

On its first day back at work since Justice Antonin Scalia's unexpected death, the U.S. Supreme Court plunged into a case that could profoundly influence police behavior and alter the increasingly tense relationship between law enforcement and the public in high crime urban areas. The eight remaining justices appeared divided along familiar ideological lines, raising the specter of what some predict could be a number of 4-4 votes without Scalia. At issue in this case, Utah v....

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