Plain View Doctrine | Definition

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Course: Introduction / Policing / Procedural Law

The plain view doctrine is an exception to the search warrant requirement that allows an officer to seize contraband when the contraband is seen from a place where the officer has a lawful right to be.


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Last Modified: 07/19/2021

 

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