Illegal Search When Police Did Not Get a Warrant Before Searching a Decrepit Building

by Douglas F Herring on May. 29, 2014

Criminal Felony 

Summary: On January 29, 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided State v. Derrick Brown, finding that a decrepit house in Camden is not automatically abandoned and the police need a warrant to search the house.

Illegal Search When Police Did Not Get a Warrant Before Searching a Decrepit Building

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