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Court Approves Use of Police Military UAV Helicopter DronesNORTH DAKOTA COURT APPROVES
USE OF DRONES

a North Dakota court has approved the use of drones to help arrest citizens on US soil. UAVs have primarily been used to conduct strikes against purported militants in countries like Pakistan, but their use at home has been on the rise as of late.

District Judge Joel Medd denied a request to dismiss charges against Rodney Brossart, who was arrested after law enforcement resorted to using a Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to inspect his property, according to court documents obtained by US News.

Judge Medd wrote that “there was no improper use of an unmanned aerial vehicle” and that the UAV “appears to have had no bearing on these charges being contested.”

Last June, Brossart was arrested after a long standoff with police, prompted by his refusal to return a herd of cows that had meandered onto his farm in the town of Lakota. During the standoff, Brossart was tased by police after allegedly threatening to kill an officer entering his property. At one point, the Department of Homeland Security offered the local SWAT team one of its Predator drones.

Court documents show that the drone was used “for surveillance” while local SWAT team chief Bill Macki said the UAV inspected Brossart’s property to make sure that neither he, nor his family members, were armed or left the farm during the arrest.

Brossart was eventually arrested and charged with terrorizing and stealing property, as well as criminal mischief. His family members were also charged.

Bruce Quick, Brossart’s lawyer, said “guerilla-like police tactics” were used against his client. He stressed that authorities had no legal right to use the drone to help capture Brossart, as the plane had been “dispatched without judicial approval or a warrant.” But he also noted that the entire case reeked of constitutional violations.

“The whole thing is full of constitutional violations,” Quick told US News. “ The drone use is a secondary concern.”

He also said the use of a taser against his client was “torturous” and likened it to “water-boarding

The prosecution, however, argued that the drone was used only after arrest warrants had been issued, and that they were not used to gather evidence, but only to ensure the safety of the SWAT team that was about to raid the farm.

“Unmanned surveillance aircraft were not in use prior to or at the time Rodney Brossart is alleged to have committed the crimes with which he is charged,” State prosecutor Douglas Manbeck wrote.

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Eyes In The Sky - Unmanned Aircraft Systems UAS Surveillance
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H.R. 658 on Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)
H.R.5925 Preserving Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act
IL SB 1587 - Freedom From Drone Surveillance Act
Maine Legislation Sec 1.25 MRSA Pt 12
MO House Bill 56 Unmanned Aerial Surveillance
New York Police Commissioner Wants UAVs
North Dakota Bill For UAV Surveillance
North Dakota Court Approves Use of UAV
Operating Unmanned Aircraft System National Airspace System
Oregon Sentate Bill 71 (SB 71)
PA House Bill 452 on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
Texas Privacy Act HB 912
Unwarranted Surveillance Act of 2012 - S.3287



 


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