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surrender himself in a police station (Scheb, 2014). Furthermore, it is necessary element that the arrestee or individual does understand that he/she is being arrested by police officers. If an arrestee or individual does not understand that an arrest is occurring then this arrest is invalid under laws of arrests. Describes the Four Requirements for Search and Seizure with a WarrantThe Fourth Amendment to the US constitution protects the privacy right and the freedom right from arbitrary invasion. The US constitution law enforcement officers must obtains warrants to avoid illegally seizing or searching property and to prevent the privacy and freedom right of citizens. A valid search and seizure with a warrant must meet the four following requirements:A law enforcement officer must be filed the warrant in good faithA law enforcement officer must be provided reliable information and showing probable cause to search during obtain warrants (Scheb, 2014)A neutral and detached magistrate issued the warrantA law enforcement officer must be specified clearly in the warrant the place they will be searched and the items they will be seized Plain View Doctrine AspectsIf an officer is found the evidence in plain view and if the premises lawfully then it may seize evidence without a warrant. The plain-view doctrine allows a police officer or a government agent to take possession of property on the basis of seize evidence found in plain view rather property not included in a warrant. Moreover, during a lawful observation, if a policeofficer found evidence and contraband in plain view then the plain view doctrine allows it to seize or take possession of property without a warrant. The plain view doctrine does not provide right of an officer to attack the privacy and freedom right of citizens during a lawful observation
Law 4or investigation (Bacigal & Tate, 2014). The Federal Supreme Court has refined timely the plain view doctrine as described that the officer must have probable cause to believe otherwise full evidence of a crime or illegal activities before seize the item. The three requirements are meet to apply for discoveries for the plain view doctrine:The officer to be lawfully present there the evidence can be plainly viewed at the place