Supreme Court Decision Shreds Fourth Amendment, Allows Police to Enter Homes Without Warrant
It’s rare that you’ll see me write something “alarming” about a Supreme Court ruling that has an impact on our Constitutional rights. But when I read about their latest ruling which now gives police permission to enter a home without a search warrant, it did set off a few of my red flags.
In a 6-3 ruling based off a 2009 Los Angeles Police Department case, the Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement can enter someone’s home as long as they have the consent of at least one person inside.
The particular case, and how it played out, isn’t exactly what troubles me.
As the Los Angeles Times reported: