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Name: People v. Middleton
Case #: A106256
Court: CA Court of Appeal
District 1 DCA
Division: 3
Opinion Date: 07/28/2005
Summary

A warrantless search of a motel room was justified by the officers’ prior knowledge that the occupant was on parole, even though the officers lacked specific awareness of a search condition. Penal Code section 3067 requires all inmates released on parole to agree to submit to warrantless searches; thus, an officer may presume that if a person is on parole, he is subject to warrantless search.