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Old January 24, 2013, 10:16 AM   #13
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There's "judge shopping", and then there's "trying to find a judge who will sign off on a warrant that's guaranteed to get thrown out of court later, along with anything we find out as a result of the warrant".

No judge is going to issue a search warrant based solely on a report of the legal purchase of ammunition, no matter the quantity. There's no probable cause for a search - in fact, there hasn't even been a crime committed.
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