Legal Advice for Warrantless Search — 15 results
Written by Avvo Staff, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
There are times when searches can be performed without a court ordered search warrant. These are called warrantless searches and it's the most common type of search conducted by law... more
Written by attorney Tristan Legrande, 5 months 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 Jennifer Daniels, about 1 year ago.
POSSESSION OF ILLEGAL DRUGS
Throughout my career as both a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, I have been astonished as to how many people will agree to allow the police to search... more
Written by attorney Elisabeth Pasqualini, over 1 year ago.
By Shaffer Engle Law Offices, LLC posted in Suppression on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Police may not use canine to sniff for drugs from 'curtilage' of home without a warrant.
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Written by attorney Thomas Haren, about 2 years ago.
IntroductionThe case was United States v. Jones, (full opinion here) and -- make no mistake -- it was a huge victory for privacy advocates and civil libertarians. The Supreme Court affirmed... more
Written by attorney John M. Kaman, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Many people think that if they have been searched and there is no warrant -- the results of the search are going to get thrown out. Maybe, but there are a number of exceptions to the... more
Written by attorney Patrick Canan, over 1 year ago.
If your St. Johns County misdemeanor lawyer can successfully suppress evidence that was obtained through a warrantless or illegal search, the prosecutions case against you will likely... more
Written by attorney Jon David Rogers, over 1 year ago.
Once I decided to attend law school, I also decided that if and when I practiced as an attorney, I would spend most of my time in the courtroom. Don't mistake me, I enjoy transactional work... more
Written by attorney Christopher Leroi, 6 months ago.
Many people think that law enforcement MUST have an arrest warrant in order to be able to arrest an individual for a crime. However, there are various exceptions to that general rule.... more
Written by attorney Patrick Bailey, over 3 years ago.
Just SAY NO!! The police know most people think that they can't say NO when approached by an officer and asked for permission to search their property. However, you have the absolute... more
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