Police Search Rights on Condominium Common Elements – An American Case

We previously blogged about an Ontario case where a man accused of drug trafficking was acquitted, as the police had on three occasions entered the common elements of the condominium in which the accused resided and owned a unit, without permission and without a search warrant.     Read the article………….


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