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What if he is just there for the night and has no proof of being a resident?
For example no mail of his is sent to the address, his ID doesn't say he lives there and he is not on the mortgage?
If they were to find any narcotics then would the 4th amendment right come in to play. And there was no warrant.
No they just showed up the owner wasnt there. The friend did say he was a resident but would that matter? That wouldnt give them the right?
They later picked up the owner and did not arrest him or make paper work but they tried to make him a Informant. So with all this in mind everything is pretty much beatable in court?
Thank you. You have been a big help.
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