Exigent Circumstances – The Story of State v. Cooke
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Unlike federal law, New Jersey requires that police have both probable cause and exigent circumstances before search an automobile without a warrant. How does this affect the police? Badly! Check it out with this one-credit look into an area of vast legal confusion.
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