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Criminal – Search & Seizure – Knock & Announce (access required)

Where the police officers did not knock or announce their presence prior to entering defendant's apartment to execute a warrant, and there were no exigent circumstances, although an informant had told the police defendant kept weapons around the house, the trial court did not err in suppressing the evidence found during the search. Vaughan v. Commonwealth ...

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