Re: Supreme Court: No warrant needed if police discern destruction of evidence
I don't know, Let's say the detectives come to a door to question a suspect on suspicion of child pornography and then thru a window they can clearly see the perpetrators flushing child pornography down the tiolet or burning it in the fireplace there is a pretty good arguement for not being able to wait for the warrant to simply stop what is obviously the destruction of evidence. Nothing else.
I'm not arguing for or against, just discussing. I can certainaly see the opportunity it allows for abuse too.
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