Payton v new york 445 us 573 1980 was a united states supreme court case concerning warrantless entry into a private home in order to make a felony arrest the court struck down a new york statute providing for such warrantless entries because the fourth amendment draws a firm line at the entrance to. In payton v new york 1980 the supreme court found that warrantless entry into a private home to make a felony arrest violated the fourth amendment of the us constitution new york state statutes could not authorize officers to illegally enter a persons home. Case summary for payton v new york theodore payton and obie reddick each had evidence seized from their home absent a warrant the state trial court introduced the seized evidence and the state supreme court upheld their convictions. Similarly if the people successfully rely on a warrant to justify a search they will not be precluded from submitting proof on another theory at a new hearing if it is found that the hearing court erred in holding that the warrant authorized the search people v green 33 ny2d 496 see also people v whitehurst 25 ny2d 389. The people of the state of new york plaintiff v theodore payton defendant
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