Georgia v Randolph 2006
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Go ahead and search the house, officer.
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!
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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