"When she worries she says things like 'I told you so,' and 'Stop doing that, I'm asleep.'"
-- Peter Griffin

and you who dream of liberty; must not yourselves be fooled; before you get to plea for freedom; you’ve agreed to being ruled

“The Supreme Court should not be expanding incursions into privacy and liberty – that is Parliament’s job.”

-Criminal Lawyers Association vice-president Frank Addario (from an interview quoted on the Globe and Mail website’s “Police search justified, Supreme Court rules” story by Kirk Makin, July 6, 2007 at 10:57 AM EDT)

One Response to “and you who dream of liberty; must not yourselves be fooled; before you get to plea for freedom; you’ve agreed to being ruled”

  1. Um…. I thought that writing case law WAS the Supreme Court’s job… many enforcement search powers come from case law. I’m not clear why this is so much worse than case law on, say, the plain sight rule.

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