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An exigent circumstance, in the criminal procedure law of the United States, allows law ... In determining the time necessary to obtain a warrant, a telephonic warrant should be considered. As electronic data may be altered or eradicated in  ...

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/exigent_circumstances

Definition Exigent circumstances - "circumstances that would cause a reasonable person to believe that entry (or other relevant prompt action) was necessary to ...

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Exigent Circumstances refer to situations that demands unusual or immediate action and this allows people to circumvent usual procedures. In other words ...

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All states permit a warrantless search in exigent circumstances, but courts have struggled over the years to define exactly what constitutes an emergency.

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The Legal Term * Exigent Circumstances * Defined & Explained. ... in jeopardy and contraband might be destroyed, this usually constitutes sufficient exigency to  ...

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Exigent circumstances defined and explained with examples. ... warrant or invitation, sometimes exist, the courts have had difficulty defining just what constitutes ...

www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/E/ExigentCircumstances.aspx

"As a general rule, we define exigent circumstances as those circumstances that would cause a reasonable person to believe that entry was necessary to ...

www.ncids.org/Defender%20Training/2004%20Fall%20Conference/Exceptions.pdf

Likewise, exigent circumstances also permit a warrantless entry or ..... series of '' ranch-style'' fences and situated one-half mile from the public road, constitutes.

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Definition of EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCES: These are the circumstances that exist in emergency situations where there is a serious risk to other people.