Opinions – 2/28/13: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Criminal Procedure Warrantless search  BOTTOM LINE: Where officers responding to a domestic dispute at a residence learned that a locked closet might contain a grenade, firearm discovered during warrantless search of the closet was properly suppressed because, based on the objective facts available to the officers at the time of the search, exigent circumstances did not exist ...

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