Warrantless Search of Fed-Ex Package Ruled Unconstitutional and Case Dismissed

A search that is conducted without a warrant is presumed unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment. However, the government can rebut this presumption under many exceptions to the warrant requirement, i.e. there is consent to the search, there is an emergency and waiting for a warrant would mean the destruction or loss of evidence, etc. Read the following summary of a search without a warrant that was ruled unconstitutional because police were a little too eager – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1834477.html.