A state judge has rebuffed the account of police officers who claimed they had been invited to enter a Brooklyn apartment without a warrant by a woman who allegedly came to the door even though she was bedridden.

“She might or might not have been mentally fit at any particular point, but she was simply not physically able to play the role assigned to her by the officer,” Acting Supreme Court Justice Mark Dwyer in Brooklyn (See Profile) said of the tenant in People v. Hazzard, 1508-2010.

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