The police were called to investigate possible marijuana use in a college dorm. The police knocked on the door and a male answered the door. The police could smell the odor of marijuana and the male admitted he was smoking and gave consent to search his room. The police noticed the bathroom door was closed and knocked on the door demanding the individuals inside come out. The Defendant refused at first to come out and so the police arrested her for obstruction. Since you have no duty to open the door for a warrantless search, we felt confident we would win at trial. After we contacted the police and let them know we were on the case, they took no further action in the case. After two years elapsed, the statute of limitations ran and the case is precluded from being prosecuted further.