What are police supposed to do when they ask to search a house for drugs, and one occupant says yes while the other says no?

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to answer that question in a Georgia case in which Scott Fitz Randolph denied police access to his house, but his wife welcomed police in and led them to her husband’s drug hiding place. The case is Georgia v. Randolph, and will be argued in the fall.

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