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Answer By Army Regulation 600-20 the proper way to address a warrant officer regardless of rank of the person addressing him or her is Mister (Mrs./Miss/Ms.).
There should be a section that describes the place or property to be searched. It should be there. But if the description of the location is sufficient to positively ide…ntify the location, that is probably enough.
Can police execute a search warrant of a home when the warrant does not show address and person on warrant does not reside there?
No. For police to issue the warrant of a home everything must be the same. So if the warrant said: This document allows So and so police to enter and search the home of so… and so lady at the address of 1234 right lane mikeymouse Virginia. But the address and person they search is: So its wrong man living at 1234 left lane Pluto road Virginia. They have made a mistake. They can't search that house. Anything they find will become "Fruits of the poisonous tree" meaning the evidence found there can't be used in court because it has been illegally obtained. So no they can't search the house unless the address and person/s are the ones listed on the document.
No. The warrant is their court approved authorization to enter and search.
No, not unless the error was found and corrected by the issuing judge or magistrate BEFORE the warrant was executed. If the warrant was served at the wrong address, anything f…ound and seized could be excluded as evidence.
The premises to be searched can be identified in severl ways; the correct mailing address - the real estate tax lot and plot number, or a physical description of the pre…mises itself (e.g.: green house with brown shutters on northeast corner with an elm tree in front).
You address him as "Sir" and brace up to the position of attention however you do not salute. It depends who you are. If you hold a lower rank, then you call him 'Sir…'. If you are of higher rank, then you call him 'Mr Smith' or whatever his name is!
of course not. i cant get a search warrant and put some random address on it, and search it.
Present proof to the court that the premises that were searched were NOT the address contained on the warrant.
Unable to answer without more specific information on the circumstances.
No, they do not.
yes the search warrant has to have the following: name address city, state and area to be searched like if the warrant says the address and not a storage building in the back …they can NOT search the storage building
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No, not unless the error was found and corrected by the issuing judge or magistrate BEFORE the warrant was executed. If the warrant was served at the wrong address, anything …found and seized could be excluded as evidence.
Not enough is known of the situation to comment. If a judge signed the warrant it WAS legal, and it would be up to your defense attorney to question its validity.
If it is signed/authorized by a Judge having jurisdiction in both counties (usually a State Court judge), yes, it is legal.
Is search warrant valid if the house search and frincked with illegal drugs is not your residence address?
Yes, if the warrant specifies that home or location.