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FERNANDEZ v. CALIFORNIA

Docket No.: 12-7822
Certiorari Granted: May 20 2013
Argued: November 13, 2013

Topics:

Fourth Amendment, privacy, probable cause, property rights

PartyNames: Walter Fernandez v. California
Petitioner: Walter Fernandez
Respondent: California

Court Below: Court of Appeal of California, Second Appellate District
Citation: 208 Cal.App.4th 100
Supreme Court Docket

Walter Fernandez
v.
California
Question Presented:

Proper interpretation of Georgia v. Randolph, 547 U.S. 103, 126 S.Ct. 1515, 164 L.Ed.2d 208 (2006), specifically whether a defendant must be personally present and objecting when police officers ask a co-tenant for consent to conduct a warrantless search or whether a defendant's previously-stated objection, while physically present, to a warrantless search is a continuing assertion of 4th Amendment rights which cannot be overridden by a co-tenant.

FERNANDEZ v. CALIFORNIA
ORAL ARGUMENT

November 13, 2013

Listen to Oral Argument in FERNANDEZ v. CALIFORNIA
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