Social Studies, 22.06.2019 02:30
While walking on patrol in a commercial district in the early evening, a police officer noticed that a light was on in the back window of a machine shop. curious about what was going on inside, the officer went to the back of the building and tried to look through the window of the shop, but it had been painted on the inside so that only a strip about three inches at the top, eight feet above ground level, was still transparent. the officer quietly brought two trash cans from a neighboring business over to the window, stood on them and saw, through the strip of unpainted window, that the shop ownerâ€™s son was inside with a friend, sucking white powder into his nose through a rolled-up tube of paper from off a small mirror. recognizing that the shop ownerâ€™s son was snorting cocaine, the officer knocked at the front door to the shop, and the son let him in. the officer immediately arrested the ownerâ€™s son and his friend. in the back room of the shop through whose window he had peered, the officer found and seized several grams of cocaine, a razor blade, and a mirror. in the subsequent prosecution of the shop ownerâ€™s son for possession of cocaine, the ownerâ€™s son seeks to bar introduction of the cocaine, mirror, and razor blade into evidence. will his motion be granted?