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Search & Seizure – Arrest Warrant – Third-Party Apartment Search (access required)

Although police entered an apartment they saw defendant flee to as they attempted to execute an arrest warrant for defendant, their entry did not violate the Fourth Amendment, says a Richmond U.S. District Court. When officers enter a third party’s residence for the purpose of executing an arrest warrant, two distinct Fourth Amendment interests are implicated: ...

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