Georgia v Randolph 2006

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  • Go ahead and search the house, officer.
  • 2006
  • Americus, Georgia
  • Janet, you say your husband has been using cocaine. Can we search the home?
  • I don't consent to this search.
  • I found cocaine in your possession. You're under arrest, Scott Randolph.
  • You have no warrant to search my home!
  • I'm taking this to court!
  • I see.
  • Your Honor, the police had no search warrant for my home.
  • I find the search unconstitutional!
  • The search of Randolph's home set the precedent that if two home owners are present, and one consents to a search but the other does not consent to a search, and there is no warrant for the search, it is unconstitutional.
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