John Carroll on Crime
Keep evidence from stops even without reasonable suspicion
Q: In Strieff v Utah, the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that police can keep evidence seized from stops made without reasonable suspicion if police find an even minor arrest warrant on the person stopped. Do you support this?
JC: Yes, I would support the retention of evidence seized from stops made legally. It would be grossly negligent to not seize and retain that kind of evidence.
Source: Maui Time on 2016 Hawaii Senate race
, Jun 27, 2016
Opposes capital punishment
Q: Do you support capital punishment for certain crimes?
Source: VoteSmart 2012 Hawaii Political Courage Test
, Nov 1, 2012
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