There was a famous scene in the Sopranos where Tony Soprano got his house broken into by law "enforcement" with a sneak-and-peak warrant.
I for many years thought this was fiction but it is not. How has this been defended constitutionally? It seems just like a grievous way in which so called "law enforcement" removes all the safe-guards ordinary citizens have in regards to warrants.
I don't see how the government has the right to plant listening devices in your home. This sounds very draconian.