BY THE PETITION, THE PARTIES ARE DIRECTED TO BRIEF AND ARGUE THE FOLLOWING QUESTION: "WHETHER THE COURT'S DECISION IN <span style="font-style: italic;">SAUCIER V. KATZ</span>, 533 U.S. 194 (2001) SHOULD BE OVERRULED?"Question Presented:
(1) Several lower courts have recognized a "consent once removed" exception to the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement. Does this exception authorize police officers to enter a home without a warrant immediately after an undercover informant buys drugs inside (as the Sixth and Seventh Circuits have held), or does the warrantless entry in such circumstances violate the Fourth Amendment (as the Tenth Circuit held below)?
(2) Did the Tenth Circuit properly deny qualified immunity when the only decisions directly on point had all upheld similar warrantless entries?Question:
1)Does a police entry following an informant's signal of probable cause violate the Fourth Amendment under the consent once removed doctrine? 2)Was it clearly established at the time of entry in this case that the consent once removed doctrine violated the Fourth Amendment? 3)Should the Supreme Court's decision in Saucier v. Katz be overturned?Note:
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