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Civil Rights – Warrantless Home Entry – Search For Teen – Qualified Immunity (access required)

The 4th Circuit denies rehearing en banc in this case in which a panel said a police officer who entered a darkened house to investigate suspicious circumstances, after being contacted by a neighbor and a man searching for his minor stepdaughter, has qualified immunity from a lawsuit by homeowners who claimed they were startled by ...

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