SD: Living with a parolee reduces your expectation of privacy in premises as to nonparolee

Defendant lived with a parolee, so she had a diminished expectation of privacy in their home (here a motel room) from parole searches. In a spot UA check, he tested positive at the home for methamphetamine, and then police asked whether there were more drugs in the room and she produced a meth pipe from her purse. State v. Kline, 2017 SD 6, 2017 S.D. LEXIS 27 (March 8, 2017).

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