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Fernandez v. California

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Case Term OT 2013
Category Criminal Law
Question Presented 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 Fourth Amendment rights which cannot be overridden by a co-tenant.
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Outcome - Affirm

This case was decided on 24 February, 2014.

Roberts
Robertsaffirm
Scalia
Scaliaaffirm
Kennedy
Kennedyaffirm
Thomas
Thomasaffirm
Ginsburg
Ginsburgremand
Breyer
Breyeraffirm
Alito
Alitoaffirm
Sotomayor
Sotomayorremand
Kagan
Kaganremand