Police Violate The Fourth Amendment

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In the case, the Court did not see sufficient evidence to support the claim that the police violated the respondent’s Fourth Amendment right, prior to entering the resident. There is no evidence of threats or demands made by the police officers, that would insinuate the officer did anything wrong. Because the police in this case did not violate or threaten to violate the Fourth Amendment prior to the exigency, the Court held that the exigency did in fact justify the warrantless search. The officers re-acted upon suspicion and training (Vile, n.d.). Another good example of exigent circumstances, the United States Supreme Court clarified the definition of searches under the trespass doctrine in 1967. The doctrine defines forceful entering in

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