Lecture 12 - Lecture 12 Exceptions to Warrant Requirement...

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Lecture 12 15:27 Exceptions to Warrant Requirement Exigent Circumstances Immediate threat to public safety or risk that evidence will be destroyed (including Hot  Pursuit) Kentucky v. King  supreme court said it’s okay even if police create the exigency… someone is fleeing and enter apartment building and police outside smell marijuana and  hear shuffling and they try to go in but no one answers then they go in without being let  in and the evidence is admissible in court -Admissible in court= seized correctly so it can be used as evidence -Motion to dismiss= motion to not use evidence in court so jury doesn’t see it Plain View Doctrine Officers may examine and use as evidence, without a warrant, contraband or evidence  that is in open view at a location where they are legally permitted to be (pg. 169) (1) Officer already has lawful presence (2) Item is observed in plain view
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