Backlash begins for judges who backed illegal entry
A backlash has begun against an Indiana Supreme Court ruling that homeowners have no right to resist a police officer’s illegal entry but can argue it later in court.
State lawmakers are seeking a change in the state statutes and asking the court to make the judges fix the problem themselves.
A constitutional expert contends the moves are needed, because the court’s arguments essentially are the same as the idea that “someone can’t use a firearm to protect himself from someone who is threatening to kill him.”
A later argument over such use of a firearm might very well be of no help to the person who wanted to protect himself, the expert, Herb Titus of William J. Olson, P.C., Attorneys at Law, told WND today.