Consent-Once-Removed Doctrine

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  • The consent-once-removed doctrine (CORD) is the doctrine that permits police to enter premises without a warrant when they are summoned by an undercover police officer or informant who reports having seen incriminating evidence in plain view (evidence in plain sight that ...

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