medical-emergency exception. Criminal law. The principle that a police officer does not need a warrant to enter a person’s home if the entrance is made to render aid to someone whom the officer reasonably believes to be in need of immediate assistance. [Cases: Searches and Seizures 42.
1. C.J.S. Searches and Seizures ¡ì¡ì 14, 57¨C61, 63.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term MEDICAL-EMERGENCY EXCEPTION in Chinese?
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