There are 4 people at this house. Drugs and a gun were found. The police decides to arrest and charge the person who was closer to the gun and drugs. DNA samples taken from the gun show two different dna fingerprints, but none belonging to the person they arrested.
Later, the police says the suspect confessed. The suspect says he didn't confess. There was no one around who can say if the confession is true or not.
I have three questions:
- Can this so called confession be used against the suspect in court?
- How can someone be charged with possession of drugs and a gun when he didn't have anything on him?
- If the police came into an apartment to search without a warrant, can the case be thrown out?