Law Enforcement Intelligence Report

Home Entry without a Warrant — 2013

CASE STUDY

ALL important 2012 U.S. Supreme Court, Federal and State Court decisions that all in law enforcement should know. Don't lose a case because of a mistake about the law! You will learn when a home entry without a warrant is valid. Know the seven steps to determine if exigent circumstances exist to justify an entry into a home without a warrant.
Particular topics covered include:
  • Exigent Circumstances
  • Smelling Marijuana
  • Protective Sweep
  • Community Caretaker Function
  • Trespass not Privacy Violation
  • Constructive Entry
  • Dog Alert – Drugs
  • Serving a Warrant
  • Consent
  • Trespass On Curtilage
  • Entry at Night – Loud Noise
  • Hot Pursuit
  • Emergency Circumstances
  • Preserving Evidence (minor offense)
  • Preserving Evidence ( felony)
  • Public Safety
  • Forced Entry
  • Knock and Announce
  • Prevent Injury
  • Heard Noises - Evidence Being Destroyed
  • Totality of the Circumstances
This 58-minute CD is accompanied by 6 case studies with questions that can be used for training – at a budget friendly price! Presented by Henry M. Quinlan, Esq., Founding Editor of Search and Seizure Bulletin, Publisher of Law Enforcement Intelligence Report.
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– James Christiansen, Law Enforcement Coordinator
Vermilion Community College, Ely, MN
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