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Illinois v. Gates
Conviction affirmed the anonymous letter plus police corroboration provided probable cause for warrant
can informantion from an anonymous infromant be used in an affidavit support a search warrant
Ybarra v. Illinois
conviction reversed:heroin found in Ybarra's pocket is inadmissible because the warrant did not authorized the search
Aurora tap Tavern and Greg the bartender
4 steps to entering a residents
1. knock
2. announce who is there and what is wanted(3)wait long enough for person to come to door(4)may use force to enter.
Fourth Amendment Wilson v. Arkansas Supreme court ruling
Camara v. Municipal Court
charges for refusing to permit a warrantless inspection must be dismissed
a search warrant required to conduct a noncriminal inspection for code violations
New York v. P.J. Video
what is the standard issuing search warrants for allegedly obscene material.
order dismissing charges reversed probable cause to believe cotents of the videocassettes were obscene
Mincy v. Arizona
a search warrant required to search the scene of a homicide.
Conviction reversed.evidence found during the warrantless search of Mincey apartment.
Thompson v. Louisiana
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