East Salem in Hutman County New York is horse country, and large parcels of land are common there. Elaine Marbeck owns a sizeable tract of land. Her house, her garage, and a small guest house are nestled in the northwest corner near a lake. In the northeast corner is the barn where the horses are kept and fields which are used for feeding and training the horses. The southern part of the property is unimproved land and largely goes unused. Elaine's son, Mark, decided that he will use the summer between High School and college to grow marijuana on the southern lands. The DEA, during a random helicopter sweep, identifies the marijuana, seizes it, and arrests the entire Marbeck family. Elaine, protective mother that she is, takes the blame for Mark's crime. The following summer, Dick, Mark's older and supposedly wiser brother, decides to use the same fields to grow marijuana. Since he was expelled from college last year, he has the time to construct a highly effective camouflage system to prevent his marijuana from being spotted from the air. Dick's mother, Elaine, recently released from her "year off" and not anxious to spend more time away from her horses tips off Sheriff Ruskoe Dekoe Crane, who enters the land without consent (Mom still loves her elder son) and without a warrant. When he comes upon the marijuana fields, Sheriff Crane seizes the plants and arrests Elaine, as she's the most likely suspect given her prior criminal record. Elaine Hutman claims the search and seizure were unreasonable. Is she correct?