Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Good Decision

5 to 3, with Roberts, Scalia, and Thomas against.


(AP) -- The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police without a warrant cannot search a home when one resident says to come in but another tells them to go away, and the court's new leader complained that the ruling could hamper investigations of domestic abuse.

Justices, in a 5-3 decision, said that police did not have the authority to enter and search the home of a small town Georgia lawyer even though the man's wife invited them in."

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