CBS LAS VEGAS-A Henderson man is suing the City of Henderson and the Henderson police under the Third Amendment. The Mitchell family claimed that the Henderson Police unconstitutionally arrested him for obstruction of justice when he refused the police entry into his home. In 2011, police requested entry into his home so they can gain a tactical advantage against a neighboring house. Frank Cofer, Attorney at Cofer and Geller LLP and is representing the Mitchell Family, talks about this case and how it violates the third and fourth Amendment. Do you think this is a violation of the Third and Forth Amendment?

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A Henderson man is suing the City of Henderson and the Henderson police under the Third Amendment. The family claimed that the Henderson Police unconstitutionally arrested him for obstruction of justice when he refused the police entry into his home. In 2011, police requested entry into his home so they can gain a tactical advantage against a neighboring house. Randy Sutton, Retired Metro Lieutenant, talks about this case and the tactics the police used in this situation.

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