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why can warrants be used in some cases, but not in others.
There are is cetain criteria met in order to use such warrants. For example: You have an arrest warrant for John Doe, who happens to be at a party at his friend's house. You cannot use the arrest warrant to make the arrest in the friend's house. [ You might be able to convince a judge to sign off on a search warrant for the friend's house to get John. Another Example: Say you have a search
warrant for Farmer Bob's house because you think he is growing marijuana. You get to his house and you see he has a big barn. Can you search it? Not unless the warrant includes the structure. ]
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