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Georgia v. Randolph, 2006 U.S. Supreme Court Decision


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8/30/2015
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In the case Georgia v. Randolph in 2006, the US Supreme Court held that law-enforcement officials cannot conduct a warrantless search of the residence where one occupant gives his or her consent and the other occupant objects.

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