curtilages


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In Straw, the defendant attempted to hide evidence on his own fenced curtilage.
Areas Within the Curtilage that are Implicitly Open to the Public
Not every physical intrusion onto a curtilage will be viewed as a search.
That is not to say that homeowners must take affirmative steps to keep the public out of the curtilage before they will be afforded protection of that area under the Fourth Amendment.
The officer got out of his police cruiser and walked onto the curtilage and up to the defendant, who was sitting in his car.
Would it be proper for the police to enter onto the curtilage to retrieve trash that has not been put at the curb for collection?