As many times as a judge will issue a warrant for the residence to be searched. There may be grounds for harassment, but that issue would need to be taken up with a qualified attorney as to it's validity concerning the specific circumstances. Most attorney's offer free or minimal fee consultations. Or the person(s) involved could contact the ACLU for advice, http://www.acluga.org
It's illegal to do that anywhere!
No, but any evidence taken in an illegal search, or evidence taken that wasnt included on the warrant may not be used in court.
A cop needs evidence and probable cause to get a search warrant. Any searches done without a warrant are illegal and will get the cop reprimanded.
To come into a home the police need a search warrant to search. Without the warrant the evidence is not admissible in court. It would be an illegal search.
What is the proceedure for obtaining a concealment warrant in Georgia
THAT DOES NOT MATTER.
How do you clear a warrant up in state of Florida and Georgia
It is illegal to video anything in someone's home without their knowledge and permission, unless you have court authority, such as with a warrant.
If the warrant is valid, you will be arrested.
Most people believe that the police need a warrant to collect anything anywhere. But as long as the police officer has proable cause or a suspect gives consent to get a possible piece of evidence; they can collect anything. Another case is when there is an obvious, severe action being done. Otherwise, the police must always get a warrant from a judge to search or collect anything.
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.
The officer(s) can 'contain' and guard the newly discovered evidence in place while they return to court to amend their warrant or apply for a new warrant based on the newly discovered evidence.
This just means they have a warrant to search what you have and to take anything they find incriminating as evidence. The warrant will likely have a scope, saying they can only look in certain places or only for certain types of evidence. So if they have a warrant to look for just a gun possibly used in a murder, they cannot seize a joint or a bag of dope.
once the warrant has been issued it is active forever
If their search is conducted completely in conformance to the wording of the warrant they can only search for and seize what the warrant allows AND anything else which lies IN PLAIN SIGHT. If they obtain your consent to conduct a search, they may search ANYWHERE and seize ANYTHING they find that is of an unlawful, or illegal nature.
No, a warrant is not the same as a charge. A warrant means the authorities have enough evidence to indicate that further investigation is required or that it is reasonable that charges can be made. A warrant for arrest indicates that there is apparently enough evidence to bring charges and a judge agrees.
Type your answer here... how long can someone in jail on a warrant
Very. This is why Detectives are taught to be broad in their interpretation of what they are looking for in the description in any warrant. They look for illegal drugs, not a small stash of pot. They also look for any other related items that might indicate drug-dealing, which means large sums of cash and guns. A search warrant for a person is typically just that, thay are looking for a person, and not anything else, although they can confiscate anything else illegal, if they see it.
Well, if the police department thinks that a cell phone may hold important evidence, then there is no need for a warrant. By the time the warrant is issued, the evidence may have been already destroyed or deleted.
A warrant for arrest is issued through the court. The reasoning for the warrant being issued is for the illegal act committed by the criminal. The criminal commits an illegal act then the police department, sheriffs department, probation office, division of youth services, or juvenile office reports the illegal act to the court and the judge will or will not issue a warrant for the persons arrest.
Yes, most states use a US warrant search.
yes a cop has the responsibility to search a park vehicle if he has visible evidence that something illegal is present in your car. as for your home he has to have a warrant unless in the same case visible evidence is in plain sight..