WaPo: This week in the Fourth Amendment: Cops, drugs and the Castle Doctrine by Radley Balko:
There have been a few notable Fourth Amendment stories in the news of late, both concerning police entering private homes in search of illicit drugs.
The first comes from Pennsylvania, where a couple are suing after police wrongly raided their home in search of marijuana. Yes. The drug is now legal for recreational use in eight states, but in states where it isn’t, police are still invading private homes to seize it.
And they’re still botching things.