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Justices hear argument on whether “hot pursuit” for misdemeanors allows police to enter home without a warrant

Jeffrey Fisher, joined by law students from Stanford's Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, argues by phone on behalf of Arthur Lange. (Art Lien)

By Amy Howe


The Supreme Court heard oral argument on Wednesday in the case of Arthur Lange, a northern California man convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol.

The evidence used to convict Lange was obtained by a California highway patrol officer, who had followed Lange in his car and then on foot into his garage.

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