Legal Advice for Warrants — 224 results
Written by attorney Caryn S. Fennell, 5 months ago.
The general rule of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution states that no warrants shall issue by a Magistrate but upon a showing of probable cause, supported by oath or... more
Written by attorney Majid Vasigh, about 1 year ago.
A bench warrant, also known as a Capias, is issued when you miss a mandatory court date before a County or Circuit Court Judge.
If a bench warrant is issued for your arrest, you will be... more
Written by attorney Aston Wilson, 10 months ago.
The answer is YES.
A police officer can search your car when he makes a 'lawful' traffic stop of your vehicle. The definition of a lawful stop is one that the officer has at the bare... more
Written by attorney John Byno, over 1 year ago.
City of Plano, Texas Traffic Ticket Lawyer
I am Jack Byno aPlano, Texastraffic ticket lawyer that posts bonds and lifts traffic warrants.The attorneys of Jack Byno Associates can help you... more
Written by attorney James A Clark, 11 months ago.
A Sacramento County Sheriffs Deputy was bitten recently by a man he was taking into custody. The deputy had reported to the home of a 27-year-old man who was wanted on several felony... more
Written by attorney Ray Richards, 3 months ago.
How to set the record straight if you left a criminal record behind you when you left the State of Michigan! The Exodus! Over the last decade because of the economy in the State of Michigan... more
Written by attorney Hunter S Conrad, 12 months ago.
In Barrentine v. State, Florida's Second District Court of Appeal explains that, in order to get a warrant to search a home, police must show not only that they have probable cause to... more
Written by attorney James Abate, 9 months ago.
Earlier this year the United States Supreme Court held that police need a warrant before taking blood evidence (McNeely v. Minnesota). In State v. Verpent, the NJ Supreme Court considered... more
Written by attorney William Steed, 2 months ago.
The Supreme Court is considering this issue now, with lower courts divided over whether officers must seek a warrant before searching the phone. A citizen who is arrested has the right to... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, about 1 year ago.
This guide discusses the Fourth Amendment protection against illegal searches and how this comes into play during a DUI prosecution.
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