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Posted 1 year ago in Crime Your Personal Rights by Aaron Kase  
Can No Trespassing Signs Keep the Cops Away?

A federal court in Tennessee has rejected a defendant’s argument that no trespassing signs he posted should have prevented the police from entering his property to talk to him. Clifford Denim is facing charges for possession of firearms by a convicted felon, stemming from an incident earlier this year. After police officers in Hawkins County got a tip that he had purchased guns that were stolen from another man, they decided to pay him a visit. Despite the six no …

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Posted 1 year ago in Government Your Personal Rights by Michele Bowman  
Can You Shoot a Drone Out of the Sky Above Your Property?

Drones continue to worry privacy advocates and landowners, and lawmakers are starting to take note. In the meantime, some have wondered if it’s legal to shoot a privacy-invading drone out of the sky – no one’s in it, that’s for sure.    FAA Tasked with Introducing Drones Drones are unmanned, remote-control vehicles, some of which can fly. Their increasing use has caused many states and privacy advocates concern. Drone operators can fly the things under 400 feet under current FAA …

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