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When can police enter a private home without a warrant?

  • Question 7b of 10 - Due process

  • Maximum Attempts: 1
  • Question Type: Multiple Choice
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  • Question: When can police enter a private home without a warrant?
  • Answers:
  1. If they have been told by a witness that there is criminal activity taking place inside
  2. If they tried to obtain a warrant from a judge, but were refused
  3. If they have probable cause that a crime is taking place inside
  4. The police may never enter a private home without a warrant

The correct answer is: If they have probable cause that a crime is taking place inside.

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