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Police searching probationer’s home

Jarman v. State, 11/30/18, COA (Vaidik) – Agreeing to a search without probable cause does not justify a search without suspicion. D was on community corrections for a domestic battery conviction and had signed a waiver consenting to searches “without a warrant and without probable cause.”  Officers received anonymous reports that V was possibly living […]
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  • On January 14, 2019
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