Professor Course Name Institution Date Law enforcement Exigent Circumstances An exigent circumstance is described as an emergency situation that requires a swift action with the aim of preventing an imminent danger to life or serious damage to property. It can also be said that it aims at the destructing evidence (Laser 1995). In criminal procedure law of United allows the law enforcement to enter a structure without negatively impressed with the law. The amendment of bills of right presented here is the protection rights and freedom of movements. Work cited Laser R. K. (1995). Unreasonable Suspicion: Relying on Refusals to Support Terry Stops. The University of Chicago Law Review 62(3) 1161-1185. Aaronson David E. and Rangeley Wallace. "Reconsideration of the Fourth Amendment's Doctrine of Search Incident to Arrest A." Geo. LJ 64 (1975): 53. [...]
In many areas, these concepts are incredibly important to the operations of law enforcement, and the use of evidence in the justice system, particularly in court. Many things hinge on these concepts, including the recovery of evidence by law enforcement, and the admissibility or denial of evidence during legal proceedings. So, for your exercise, you will need to explain the following concepts. One Full page should be easy to manage. Exigent Circumstances Plainview Doctrine Terry v. Ohio (investigative stops) 2. Which one of these concepts interested you the most? Why? 3. NYPD Developed a "Stop and Frisk Policy," which is currently active. Please describe which case(s) they hinged this policy on. Did it affect the crime rate? Has it deterred crime or terrorism? How are people and community groups reacting to this policy? Which amendments (of the Bill of Rights) are in play here?