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Search Warrant Detentions

. Muehler v. Mena Iris Mena resided in one room of a house where police served a search warrant to look for deadly weapons involved in a gang drive-by shooting. Mena was not herself

Immigration Checks

? Muehler v. Mena Police officers with a search warrant went to a home to look for weapons and other evidence of a drive-by gang shooting. Iris Mena, an occupant of the residence

Supreme Court Reins In Ariz. Immigration Law

the August issue of POLICE Magazine, said Monday's ruling doesn't change much for patrol officers. Two earlier court decisions—INS v. Delgado (1984) and Muehler v. Mena (2005

Supreme Court to Consider Extent of Police Searches

case, Muehler v. Mena, has been seen by some police officer groups as a possible way for the court to make clear that officers can handcuff and question people while searching their homes.

Accent on Officer Safety

." (Muehler v. Mena) Safety Sweep Once you're lawfully inside a residence, your articulable suspicion that there may be a potential assailant present justifies a safety

Holding Back Home Occupants

Supreme Court decision. Muehler v. Mena Investigating a recent drive-by shooting, police in Simi Valley, Calif., obtained a warrant to search a suspected gang member's house

No Explanation Required

Mena for her name, date and place of birth, or immigration status." (Muehler v. Mena) Rolling Encounters Marked police cars and motorcycles are allowed to drive

Reasonable Execution of Search Warrants

occupants (Muehler v. Mena) and may "routinely exercise unquestioned command of the situation." (Michigan v. Summers) The court has been especially protective of the right of officers to take

Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope

The Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System from CSECO is

L.A. County Sheriff Completes Police Vehicle Tests

, Calif. The results are preliminary; a final report will arrive in early 2014. Chevrolet models tested included the Impala Limited 3.6L V-6; rear-wheel Tahoe PPV 5.3L V-8; and Caprice PPV 3.6L V-6

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