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See also Fourth Amendment (exigent circumstances). See also Search and seizure (exigent circumstances). Emergency circumstances. Those situations which occur when police are in hot pursuit or when evidence is about to be destroyed or when there is a serious threat to public harm. Such circumstances will excuse the operation of the exclusionary rule under the Fourth Amendment. Situations in which reason and common sense dictate that immediate action is necessary to save life or limb.

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