Seizing Items in "Plain View"

Evidence in "plain view" can usually be seized by police without a warrant.

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Police may seize evidence and contraband that are in plain view, as long as the officer is in a place where he has a legal right to be and the seizure won't involve entering a home (some exceptions apply).

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