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  1. The Plain View Doctrine

    Version 01142017

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    This past conference at Brasstown Valley Resort I was talking to a couple of people and the subject of the plain view doctrine came up. It was suggested that as Sergeant at Arms I should look this up and make this information available to the general membership. I thought this was a great idea! It has taken me a little longer than I wanted but never the less here it is. This information is available in the ICC Legal Aspects of Code Administration manual on pages 65 – 66. This information is good for everyone to brush up on to be sure you cover yourself while on the job and to ensure you do not get caught in a legal loop-hole in court. I hope that you each benefit from this and please above all else be safe out there every day!!! Keith Colquitt GACE Sergeant at Arms
  2. The Plain View Doctrine View File This past conference at Brasstown Valley Resort I was talking to a couple of people and the subject of the plain view doctrine came up. It was suggested that as Sergeant at Arms I should look this up and make this information available to the general membership. I thought this was a great idea! It has taken me a little longer than I wanted but never the less here it is. This information is available in the ICC Legal Aspects of Code Administration manual on pages 65 – 66. This information is good for everyone to brush up on to be sure you cover yourself while on the job and to ensure you do not get caught in a legal loop-hole in court. I hope that you each benefit from this and please above all else be safe out there every day!!! Keith Colquitt GACE Sergeant at Arms Submitter dMaidon Submitted 01/14/2017 Category Miscellaneous  
  3. Abatement Application (Sample)

    Version 1.0.0

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    Warrant application for abatement
  4. Abatement Application (Sample) View File Warrant application for abatement Submitter dMaidon Submitted 11/25/2016 Category Forms  
  5. Post by david on Mar 30, 2015 at 11:03am The county that I am in has never done a Search Warrant for property dealing with code violations. Can someone give me some help in the best way to proceed with this. I want to have some information to set the correct way to start procedures like this. Thanks David Parrott
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