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Grenade in Closet Not ‘Exigent Circumstances’ (access required)

Exigent circumstances did not justify an officer’s warrantless entry into a locked closet in the home of a man who had been removed from the home in response to a domestic violence call; the 4th Circuit said a report by the man’s wife that he kept a grenade in the closet was not enough to ...

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