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Illinois v. McArthur

Docket No.: 99-1132
Argued: November 1, 2000
Decided: February 20, 2001

Topics:

Amendment 4: Fourth Amendment, Criminal Procedure, Search and Seizure, ADA, Arbitration, Bill of Rights, Commerce Clause, Fourth Amendment, Labor Management Relations Act, NLRA, National Labor Relations Act, judicial review, privacy, probable cause, search and seizure, searches and seizures, warrantless search

Petitioner: Illinois
Respondent: McArthur

Court Below: THE APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, FOURTH DISTRICT
Supreme Court Docket


531 U.S. 326 (2001)
Question:

Do officers, with probable cause to believe that a man had hidden marijuana in his home, who subsequently prevent that man from entering the home for about two hours while they obtain a search warrant, violate the Fourth Amendment?

Illinois v. McArthur
ORAL ARGUMENT

November 01, 2000

Holding: reversed and remanded
Decision: Decision: 8 votes for Illinois, 1 vote(s) against
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