FrancoFile: Mind you, moose bites can be pretty nasty.
cwick: wonder how long it will be until the Kingdom legalizes the maryjay?
Random Anonymous Blackmail: I_Am_WeaselI find it unlikely that the moose was using a shed to grow pot plants. Moose tend to place their grow ops deep in the forested areas.This so goddammed much, it is simple math.
Goodluckfox: "Did you have any reason to think the moose was inside the shed, officer?"
Goodluckfox: I'm about five years past my GED in law and don't practice this area, but I don't think in the end that this will be a valid search. I don't think the Public Safety exception plus Plain View doctrine is going to quite cut it, since the search was for a moose. "Did you have any reason to think the moose was inside the shed, officer?"The cops (or at least/especially the Game Warden) can enter the curtilage under public safety grounds, but I think that's just for that limited purpose. I'm sure that this particular scenario has played out many times in the courts (cops enter property for valid public safety reasons, stumble upon something illegal, get warrant, when is search legal and when is search illega, probably very fact specific).Any fellow starving lawyers wanna weigh in?
eas81: You fail to understand that this moose did present a danger to the public
vudukungfu: eas81: You fail to understand that this moose did present a danger to the publicSo, they don't have to read it its rights?
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