SC's warrantless search bill on track to pass
The bill would let police search people on probation and parole without a warrant
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COLUMBIA, S.C. — Urged by law enforcement leaders, state lawmakers on Thursday moved a step closer to allowing police to search people on probation and parole without a warrant.
A subcommittee sent the bill to allow the warrantless searches to the full House Judiciary Committee and put it on track for a showdown on the chamber floor. The proposed law is aimed at protecting the public from career criminals.
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