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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Plain-View Doctrine – Inadvertent Discovery – Unnecessary – Dog Fighting (access required)

State v. Wright. Evidence discovered without a warrant is admissible under the plain-view doctrine if (1) the initial intrusion which afforded police the plain view was lawful and (2) the incriminating nature . . .

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