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    Search Warrant Requirements and Examples

    The search and seizure debate has been ongoing for over 100 years. Below, we’ll go through the requirements for search warrants and provide examples of both lawful and unlawful searches.

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    Can Police Take Your Phone for Evidence Without a Warrant?

    The United States Constitution was written in 1787, centuries before landline telephones and automobiles became wide spread. Needless to say, with the rise of the internet and smartphone devices, many people are confused about how their legal rights apply in the digital age. Because of that, this article will answer the following questions: Can police take your phone without a…

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    Overview of Your Fourth Amendment Rights

    Your Fourth Amendment rights are important ones, as they protect your right to privacy and from law enforcement searching and taking your property whenever they deem fit. Its history is a long one, as this was in the Bill of Rights and was something early colonists cared a great deal about following the restrictive ruling they faced with the British.…

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    Everything You Need to Know About Warrants

    It's important to be aware of what types of warrants are out there, how your rights are being protected, and what will cause a warrant to be taken out against you.

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    Know Your Rights at a Traffic Stop

    We all know that drop in your stomach when you see blue and red lights flashing and start to hear a siren. In the moment, it’s easy to get caught up in the nervousness of the situation, but it’s important to be aware of your rights to ensure that they aren’t being violated and to keep you safe and out…

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