In this image made from video posted on YouTube on Nov 15, 2010, New York State Sen. Eric Adams offers tips to parents on how to search their children's bedrooms and possessions for drugs and weapons.... more 
In this image made from video posted on YouTube on Nov 15, 2010, New York State Sen. Eric Adams offers tips to parents on how to search their children's bedrooms and possessions for drugs and weapons. The policeman-turned-politician - who has a teenage son - insists that children have no right to privacy at home and shows how contraband could be hidden in backpacks, jewelry boxes, even under a doll's dress. "There are no First Amendment rights in your home," he says. "You have a duty and obligation to protect the members of your household." (AP Photo) less 
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Associated Press
Sat, Sep 3, 2011 12:39 PM EDT