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Supreme Court Asked to Clarify if ‘Hot Pursuit’ Allows Warrantless Entry

February 24, 2021

The Supreme Court should make clear the extent to which the doctrine of hot pursuit applies in cases where an individual is charged with a minor offense, the justices heard in oral arguments. Hot pursuit is a legal doctrine that allows police to enter a premises without a warrant when delay “would endanger their lives or the lives or others and lead to the escape of the alleged perpetrator.”  The caselaw about hot pursuit is well-developed for serious criminal offenses but is less than clear about misdemeanors. The case known as Lange v. California, court file 20-18, is an appeal of a ruling by the California Supreme Court. The petition for a writ of certiorari was granted Oct. 19, 2020. Only 60 minutes were scheduled for oral arguments at the Supreme Court Feb. 24 but the telephonic hearing lasted 112 minutes. In October 2016, petitioner Arthur Lange was driving home … Read More

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