In a recent case of first impression, State v. Resler, the Nebraska Supreme Court recognized the validity of the emergency exception in a medical assistance context. This Note examines the emergency exception as adopted and applied by the Nebraska Supreme Court, and discusses the extent to which the exception comports with fourth amendment guarantees.
II. The Resler Decision
III. Analysis … A. Reasonable Belief an Emergency Exists … B. The Required Intent
Gail V. Perry,
Fourth Amendment Protections and the Emergency Exception: State v. Resler, 209 Neb. 249, 306 N.W.2d 918 (1981),
61 Neb. L. Rev.
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