Search warrant law
Search warrant law is probably the most confusing issue facing law enforcement. There are situations in which law enforcement does not need to obtain a search warrant, and the ability to recognize these requires a current understanding of case law.
- Discuss situations where search and seizure is possible without a warrant.
- Name at least two specific examples of these types of exceptions. What are the limitations in these exception situations?
please use intext citations, and a reference page.
The American constitution was drafted with the will of the people at heart and thus if advocates for the rights of the people as well as their privacy. Everyone has a right to their home and the police need to have a warranty before they can search it. However, there are times when a search warrant is not required.
One of such is when the owner freely agrees to a search without a warrant. In such a case the police can proceed and perform the search if the owner…