Supreme Court allows search despite t...

Supreme Court allows search despite tenant's objection

There are 1 comment on the Marshfield News-Herald story from Feb 25, 2014, titled Supreme Court allows search despite tenant's objection. In it, Marshfield News-Herald reports that:

A divided Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police do not need a warrant to search an apartment when the objecting tenant isn't home -- even if they are the ones who removed him.

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Warrenville, IL

#1 Feb 25, 2014
this is a bad way to fly! next they'll do away with search warrants altogether.

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