State v. Boyd

In State v. Boyd, 57 Conn. App. 176, 749 A.2d 637, cert. denied, 253 Conn. 912, 754 A.2d 162 (2000), an officer approached the defendant's apartment door with his gun drawn, and the defendant, who had been involved with the system previously, opened the door without the officer's knocking. Id. at 178-79. The defendant was extremely polite and cooperative, knew why the police were there, and invited them in after they explained their purpose and asked to look around. Id. at 182. The Court concluded that throughout the time the police were present, the defendant had provided consent on repeated occasions, and there were no signs of coercion or duress. Id.