Legal Advice for Search and Seizure — 26 results
Written by attorney Tristan Legrande, 12 months ago.
A brief overview of search and seizure law What are your rights...and what about the 4th amendment? This is one of the most common areas where there are misunderstandings about the law.... more
Written by attorney Tristan Legrande, about 1 year ago.
The law relating to search and seizure of peoples property and person are confusing. Here is a breakdown that simplifies it a bit and explains what rights you have (and do not have). What... more
Written by attorney Caryn S. Fennell, about 1 year ago.
Search and seizure is a process used by law enforcement to search a person or the confines of their property (automobile, residence, business, cell phone, etc.) in connection with a crime,... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, about 2 years ago.
Search and seizure is a technique used by police to inspect a persons body, home, car, or business to find information on a crime. If police find proof, they are permitted to seize it (... more
Written by attorney Christopher Morales, about 3 years ago.
1)When is a police investigation considered a search?
A police investigation constitutes a search if it intrudes on a person's "legitimate expectation of privacy." Courts ask two... more
Written by attorney Nicholas Poehl, over 3 years ago.
Whats the Difference between Search and Seizure?
The Texas law of search and seizure is governed in part by the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. Texas courts of law have... more
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, almost 4 years ago.
Consent Searches A person may voluntarily agree to a search. In so doing, they waive their Fourth Amendment rights. The search must still be narrowly tailored to the consent given.... more
Written by attorney Graham Williamson, over 4 years ago.
The Texas law of search and seizure is governed only in part by the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. Texas courts of law have held that Article 1, Section 9 of the Texas... more
Written by attorney Geoffrey H Fish, over 4 years ago.
The Fourth Amendment protects individuals against unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. In drug cases, the legality of how evidence was obtained is frequently challenged. If... more
Written by attorney Don Mcclure, over 4 years ago.
Three Types of Police-Civilian Interactions There are three general types of categories involving police and civilian interactions: 1) Casual Encounters; 2) Temporary or Investigative... more
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