People v. Uribe

Decided 2008
162 Cal. App. 4th 1457

The central question in People v. Uribe revolved around the admissibility of evidence obtained during a search conducted by law enforcement officers. Specifically, the case examined whether the search, which led to the discovery of incriminating evidence, was conducted in a manner consistent with the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and California's own constitutional protections.