State Attorney General Talks No Knock and Do Not Call

By Scott Sarvay

June 8, 2011 Updated Jun 8, 2011 at 6:37 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Attorney General Greg Zoeller was in Fort Wayne on Wednesday discussing a new "do not call list" law passed by Indiana's General Assembly.

The new law will protect consumers by allowing them to add cell phones to the list.

More than 180 Hoosiers have already signed up.

Zoeller says, “You can go to Indianaconsumer.com and there is an easy complaint form. I encourage to complain because it's those complaints that we use to sue the people that have violated the statute.”

So many Hoosiers wanted to sign up for the new list that the deadline has been extended to August 16th.

We also talked to Zoeller about the recent State Supreme Court decision allowing police to enter and search your home without a warrant.

Zoeller says, “I've told people I was a little surprised at the far reaching decision and that as much as I still want to make sure that the state wins an appeal, I would be supportive of a reconsideration to limit the Supreme Court's ruling.”

Zoeller says an appeal could come as early as June 13th.




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