The Indiana Supreme Court ruled recently that citizens do not have the right to resist unlawful entry into their homes by police, contrary to the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, Section 11 of the Indiana Constitution, and even the Magna Carta (1215). See Reconciling The Irreconcilable in Indiana.
Today there is good news — The Indiana Attorney General wants the court to reconsider that ruling. He agrees with the other side — the ruling went far beyond anything that was asked for in the case.
Do judges consider themselves part of the citizenry of the country? Some of them seem to think they are in a special class apart from everyone else so they will never have to personally experience the consequences of their rulings.