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On Remand, Supreme Court of Kentucky Rules that Exigent Circumstances Did Not Justify Entry into Apartment in Kentucky v. King

(Orin Kerr) In 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down Kentucky v. King, a case on police-created exigent circumstances. King was the case in which the police were chasing after a drug dealer and came across a door to an apartment building that had the smell of burning marijuana emanating from the apartment. The officers banged on [...]
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