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Legal Question

Asked on: 10/10/13, 2:42 pm

My understanding and interpretation of the 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution is that no one can seize my property without a warrant. How is it "legal" for my vehicle to be towed and impounded when the land owner has not asked for it to be? I know there are ordinances and laws that give permission, but none of that can trump the Constitution if there is a conflict between and ordinance or law and the Constitution. Pleade help me understand this and maybe even stop it. It hasn't happened yet, but I cant afford the insurance needed to renew the license plate, which is the issue triggering this question, which is expired plates.

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