I need help with a Political Science question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.
An officer enters a home by lying to the home owner by saying she has a search warrant. The owner of the home was never shown the warrant and the officer finds drug paraphernalia and a small baggie of cocaine. They arrest the owner of the home. In court, the owner of the home asks that the evidence not be admitted due to the false warrant. What would the Supreme Court rule? Which case provides precedent for this situation that falls under the 4th Amendment?
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