Sunday, January 13, 2019

Wilson v. Arkansas case brief

    1. Wilson v. Arkansas case brief summary
      1. Police entered through open door of Defendants house.
      2. Police were working with an informant who was buying drugs from the defendant. They obtained a warrant to go into her house
      3. They were in fear of danger because they knew she had a gun
      4. Knock and announce policy has been part of the procedure for a while
      5. They did not give him the opportunity to surrender at the door
        1. Even if they have the proper warrants they MUST KNOCK AND ANNOUNCE THEIR PRESENCE
        2. Knock and announce for the dignity of the homeowner. Maybe he is undressed. You must execute the warrant properly

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