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Criminal Law: Plain View Doctrine-Protective Sweep

Where a defendant argued that a district court erred by admitting evidence seized after a warrantless protective sweep of his home, the police observed incriminating evidence during a lawful protective sweep following a home break-in, so the evidence was properly seized under the plain view doctrine, and the motion to suppress was properly denied, and ...