To all those against punishing those responsible for getting a wrong address; what are you really saying?
Is it that if police were punished for getting the wrong address for no-knock, dynamic entry warrants, that they might be hesitant to use that tactic?... and if so why would that be a bad thing?
You know people in accounting and banking for example, have their figures checked by others for accuracy. I don't see how it would be hard, or a big inconvenience to have addresses checked and double checked. Especially when there is a potential for innocent lives to be at stake. I also don't see why having a penalty associated with failure to be accurate is out of line either.
"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms."- Thomas Jefferson