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Unfair Facist
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Fortunately I still work in an area where we do it as law allows.As does about 50%


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I can recall a few instances where someone tried to slam the door. It didn’t work out well them.

One time I arrived just as a dirtbag slammed the door in the face of another officer. But I talked him into coming to an open window so we could talk. I kept pretending I couldn’t hear him till he was close enough, then I grabbed him and pulled him out the window.

 

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Times Up
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If he opened the door but refused to step outside, hot pursuit would not apply, as the arrest did not start in a public place (US v Santana)

if officers were outside and entered in to make the arrest, they would have violated the 4th amendment rights of the subject (Bailey v Swindell 11th Cir.)
I believe it's Payton vs NY that covers this also.
 
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