Unformatted text preview: reliable 2) Had good reason to fear that the Husband would destroy the drugs before warrant came back 3) Made reasonable efforts to reconcile their law enforcement needs with the demands of personal privacy. They let him enter, but always accompanied him. 4) It was in a limited period of time, which was deemed reasonable for this occasion (2 hours). Holding: No the 4 th amendment does not prohibit the temporary seizure of a premise if It satisfies 4 elements. First, the probable cause that there is evidence. Second, good reason that evidence will be destroyed if premise was not seized. Third, law enforcements made reasonable efforts to keep the suspect personal privacy and the law enforcements need to protect any destruction of evidence. And Fourth, the seizure was not for a unreasonable amount of time. Synthesis: Dissent/Concurrences:...
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- Spring '11
- Law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, trail court, temporary seizure