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Civil Rights – Warrantless Entry – Noise Complaint – Trespass (access required)

A deputy sheriff who suspected an underage drinking party and entered plaintiff’s home with the stepparent of a girl whose car was parked outside, after knocking 25 times, does not have qualified immunity from the homeowner’s civil rights suit, and the deputy’s warrantless entry was not excused under the emergency or community caretaker doctrine, a ...

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