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Federal law enforcement officers can phone or radio their affidavits seeking warrants to federal magistrates under the.. What code
Search warrants are important components of the criminal justice system. [ [ [ The purpose of a search warrant is to protect individuals from overzealous police activity and to make sure that a person's privacy is protected. ] ] ]
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Weegy: Search warrants are important components of the criminal justice system. [ [ [ The purpose of a search warrant is to protect individuals from overzealous police activity and to make sure that a person's privacy is protected. ] ] ]
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If the information given in an affidavit is from a felon, can a judge use it to issue a search warrant?
Weegy: Search warrants are important components of the criminal justice system. [ [ The purpose of a search warrant is to protect individuals from overzealous police activity and to make sure that a person's privacy is protected. ] ] User: If the information is given by a felon for an affidavit, what other information would the judge need to issue a search warrant? (More)
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Give an example of an exigent circumstance and explain why that circumstance is exigent.
Weegy: In the United States, exigent circumstances are circumstances that allow law enforcement to depart from established standards of practice. [ This term is most commonly used in reference to actions that would normally be seen as violations of the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits “unreasonable search and seizure.” There are other situations in which exigent circumstances can come into play, however. ] (More)
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What is an example of exigent circumstance
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If you get consent to search the glove compartment, just as you are about to search the driver changes their mind and refuses the consent, can you proceed absent any other reason to search the glove compartment?
Weegy: The rules on search incident to arrest recently changed, so for years it was the belief and practice to do a legitimate traffic stop, arrest for the traffic violation and do a search incident to arrest. [ The Supreme Court recently changed its interpretation of the 4th Amendment, such that a search incident to arrest is not automatically reasonable (see Gant v. State). However, still the officer can arrest you due to the traffic violation and "inventory" your vehicle due to impounding it. They can also search if they have probable cause. Conduct a methodical search of the vehicle interior starting in the front with the sun visors, glove compartment, beneath the dash, under the seats, in the center console, beneath floor mats, and throughout the back seat area. [ Check between the back and bottom seat cushions, under the headrests and in the seat back sleeves. ] (More)
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