As my colleague noted, if you are currently being charged, you would get that through defense counsel as part of the discovery process. If a case has not been charged, you can seek a copy through a public records request.
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Basically, through a criminal defense attorney in the discovery process, but perhaps from the clerk of the court.
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If you have been charged, you should be able to obtain a copy from your attorney.
My colleagues are correct but sometimes the search warrant/affidavit will be sealed for a number of various reasons. That being said, they rarely remain sealed indefinitely and you should be able to get a copy through the discovery process.
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