Plain View Doctrine

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Short Wins - Blog 100 Announcement Edition

1. United States v. Arreguin, Ninth Circuit: Appellant's motion to suppress evidence was denied by the District Court. The Ninth Circuit reversed and remanded, directing the trial court to grant the motion to suppress....more

Understanding the Plain View Doctrine

The plain view doctrine is an exception to the warrant requirement of the Fourth Amendment, which allows law enforcement to seize incriminating items that are in plain view....more

Is A Search Warrant Needed?

The Fourth Amendment was enacted to protect private citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures. According to the Fourth Amendment, no state or federal law enforcement officer can enter and search your home without a...more

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