People v. AbsherAnnotate this Case
While the defendant was on probation following conviction for retail theft, police and probation officers searched his residence and found marijuana and cocaine. The trial court denied a motion to suppress, convicted the defendant of unauthorized possession, and sentenced him to two years imprisonment. The appellate court reversed. The supreme court reversed, affirming the conviction. By agreeing, in his probation order, to suspicionless searches and consenting to the use of anything found during such a search as evidence, the defendant waived his Fourth Amendment rights.