Tag Archives: Georgia v. Randolph

Suspect’s wife validly consented to warrantless search

A suspect’s decision to remain silent behind a locked bedroom door did not amount to an objection that would override his wife’s consent to a warrantless search of the premises by police, the Colorado Supreme Court has ruled in reversing ...

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Justices to decide if co-tenant’s consent to search overrides prior objection

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a tenant who previously objected to a warrantless search of an apartment must be personally present and objecting to prevent a search when police officers later ask a co-tenant for consent ...

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