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10-3033 U.S. v. Curlin

Search and Seizure Reasonable expectation of privacy A tenant has no reasonable expectation of privacy in his residence once a writ of restitution is issued. “The Fourth Amendment explicitly protects the house and entry by officers into a home is generally considered a search. But see Kyllo, 533 U.S. at 33 (noting that ‘a Fourth Amendment search does ...

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