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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Plain View Doctrine – No Apparent Crime – Probationer’s Gun (access required)

We reverse the decision of the Court of Appeals for the reasons stated in Judge Arrowood’s dissent (Under the regular terms and conditions of probation, the shotgun was contraband. Given that the officers were serving a warrant for a probation violation, it was immediately apparent that the shotgun was contraband. Therefore, I would uphold the ...

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