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December 21, 2006

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RobertV

Apparently the US Supreme Court decided in Winston vs. Lee, 470 US 753 (1985) that ordering surgery to remove a bullet consitutes a 4th amendment violation.

http://www.oyez.org/cases/1980-1989/1984/1984_83_1334/argument/

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