My question involves criminal law for the state of: Oregon
Ok, first off let's start by saying I had a "get together" for my girlfriend who had turned 18. With no intention of drinking, just having friends over she hadn't seen for years. There was 8 unopened beers on the counter from my mother who had just left the day prior to Puerto Rico for spring break. My neighbor is a crazy loon, but that is besides the fact, she was just the one to call the cops saying we were having a raging party with drunk kids everywhere.
A cop showed up. I went outside upon which he questioned me. I told him that no one had been drinking and asked him what we were in violation of. He said what he recieved the call for and asked how many people were there. He told me to have everyone come outside. I refused that's when my girlfriend came outside. I'm pretty sure, but I don't know for a fact if he saw the unopened beer on the counter. At any rate, he forced my door open and made everyone come outside. He asked who had been drinking. Two of my friends admitted to drinking hours before. We asked him to perform breathalyzers and he refused. No one had drnk at my house and I had been unaware until that point that my two friends had drank a beer before they came to my house. He did not write them citations, infact he told them to drive home. He made my other friends leave without further questions and can't to me and my girl friend and wrote us both tickets for "allowing minors to drink"
My questions are. Did he break my 4th amendment because there was no opened container for him to claim PC? And will this hold up in court seeing as how he didn't cite anyone, or perform breathalyzers to prove my innocence.