Tag Archives: fourth amendment

The Independent Source Exception to the Exclusionary Rule under the United States Constitution

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The Inevitable Discovery Exception to the Exclusionary Rule under the United States Constitution

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Hot Pursuit of a Suspect Within and Outside North Carolina

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When Does a Seizure Occur When an Officer’s Vehicle Displays Emergency Lights That Directs a Vehicle to Stop?

How’s a Magistrate to Know Whether a Confidential Informant Is Reliable?

Fourth Circuit Sets Out Authority to Frisk When a State’s Law Permits Possession of Concealed Firearm

Body-Camera Footage Leads to Plain Error Reversal in State v. Miller

North Carolina Supreme Court Upholds Search of Vehicle Located on Premises as Within Scope of Search Warrant

New 2016 Edition of Arrest, Search, and Investigation Is Now Available

Drug Users, Drug Sellers, and Probable Cause