Judge finds sufficient reasons to enter home without warrant
Chicago police did not trample on the Fourth Amendment when they entered what they thought was an abandoned house to investigate a report that shots had been fired, a federal judge held Wednesday.In a written opinion, U.S. District Judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan granted summary judgment in favor of two police officers on a count in Emanuel Belling’s lawsuit alleging they violated the prohibition on unreasonable searches …
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