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Journal AHuxley's Journal: Kentucky police search homes without a warrant based on smell/sounds 6

The nytimes reports on how Justices Look Again at How Police May Search Homes after a case in Kentucky where police smelled burning marijuana coming from an apartment and kicked the door in.
Justice Kagan said, âoeis going to enable the police to penetrate the home, to search the home, without a warrant, without going to see a magistrate, in a very wide variety of cases.â
"He said a sensible criminal would answer the door but decline to let the police enter without a warrant."
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Kentucky police search homes without a warrant based on smell/sounds

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