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Justice Warrantless search: Supreme Court considers a puzzling case

The Supreme Court decided years ago that when a home's co-occupants disagree over a request for warrantless search, the objector holds sway. But if that person is arrested and led away, then what?

By Staff writer / November 13, 2013

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If police show up at the front door of a house occupied by two people and request permission to search the house, what happens if one occupant says no and the other says yes?