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Search & Seizure – Warrantless Entry – Emergency Doctrine – Plain View (access required)

A defendant's firearm convictions are affirmed despite his contention the trial court should have suppressed evidence found in an unreasonable warrantless entry of his home. We hold the emergency doctrine rendered the officers' initial entry of defendant's home reasonable and thus, the two firearms they discovered in plain view while inside, a revolver and a rifle, ...

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