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Search & Seizure – Residence Search – Emergency Aid Doctrine (access required)

Although a police officer corroborated information from a 911 call that defendant and his girlfriend had a heated verbal exchange in an apartment complex parking lot prior to visiting their home, the evidence did not support a reasonable police officer having a right to enter the apartment to render "emergency aid," and the trial court ...

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