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10-1879 U.S. v. Cartwright

Search and Seizure Inevitable discovery Where an automobile would have been impounded and searched, the inevitable discovery doctrine applies, and evidence obtained during a warrantless search of the car at the scene need not be suppressed, even though the driver was secured. "Unlike Duguay, where the officers impounded the car despite the presence on the scene of a ...

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