Wednesday, June 13, 2001 at 1:00am

If it proved nothing else Monday, the United States Supreme Court proved that people can still surprise you.

By a five-to-four vote, the Court struck down a lower court ruling that would have allowed police to use heat-sensing devices to peer inside your home without a search warrant.

The decision came in a 1992 case in which police used a so-called

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