This is a discussion on Exigent circumstances within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; The Supreme Court has never expressly articulated what the standard is for when “exigent circumstances” justify a warrantless search or seizure. Court has now granted ...
The Supreme Court has never expressly articulated what the standard is for when “exigent circumstances” justify a warrantless search or seizure.
Court has now granted cert in a case that may lead the Court to finally clarify the law here:
Should be an interesting case to follow.
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It will be interesting to see what SCOTUS does with this.
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Interesting indeed. While I'm usually all for getting another criminal off the streets, this one seems iffy.
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