This sounds like an opinion question to me.
With that in mind, I must say that every citizen of the United States is entitled to the rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. However, with that said, I also believe that if someone breaks the law, be it a police man or police woman, sheriff, judge, lawyer or senator, etc., he or she should be judged by the laws of our judicial system. No one can be above the law.
When people try to operate outside the law, they must be arrested, charged, tried, and punished (if found guilty by a jury of their peers). All people supposed to be equal in the eyes of the law. Therefore, in breaking the law, all people should be equally held accountable.