Judgeless Administrative Searches Endanger Speech And Other Rights Shielded By The Fourth Amendment

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, The Daily Caller

The key difference between the British and American constitutions is that ours is written so that legislatures could not override it. Judges should enforce this paramount law over legislative acts. CIDs and expanded warrantless administrative searches are very much part of what the Fourth Amendment was written to prohibit, and unstopped will jeopardize other rights that the Amendment shields.

New York ‘Climate Speech’ Investigation Unconstitutional Even Under King George III

Mark Fitzgibbons, CNS News

The notions that those with power may want to criminalize speech and commerce of those with whom they disagree ideologically, and favor cronies, are older than America. The Fourth Amendment requires oath and affirmation of probable cause that some law may have been violated before warrants may be issued. The separation of powers inherent in the warrant process dating back centuries requires neutral judges, and unilateral subpoenas are unconstitutional.