Warning: do not marry a woman who…well, better read this

From John Ross’s summary of court decisions on Volokh Report:

If you marry a woman who, as a condition of probation, has agreed to let the police conduct a warrantless search of her home at any time, it’s probably not a great idea to start selling meth. Per the Tennessee Supreme Court, the police won’t even need reasonable suspicion to conduct the search that will lead to your arrest on drug charges. Dissent: We have more than 65,000 probationers in Tennessee, all of whom are now open to suspicionless searches of their homes. That’s unconstitutional. (via @TNCrimDefense)

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