A friend was telling me that a cop has no business entering a room if they do not use the knock and announce rule. The cop knocked, but did not announce her presence and the door was opened, where she proceeded to issue us underage tickets (after ordering us into the hallway and taking breathalyzers and such). Does this rule not apply since we were in the dorms? Would it be worth it to bring it up in court since the resident of the room opened the door?
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