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  • Warrantless Search & Seizure
    Warrantless Search & Seizure

    “Unreasonable” Acts vs. Probable Cause for Searches & Seizures “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects , against unreasonable searches and seizures , shall ...

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  • What Happens When Police Come to Your Door
    What Happens When Police Come to Your Door

    You’re at home, maybe with a few friends, when you hear a knock at the door. Glancing through the peephole, you spot a police officer waiting on the other side. You begin to panic, and you’re not sure ...

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  • What is Police Misconduct?
    What is Police Misconduct?

    The duty of all police officers is to protect their community by enforcing the law, making arrests, issuing tickets, responding to distress calls, and testifying at trial. Unfortunately, there are ...

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  • How a Motion to Suppress Can Help Your Case
    How a Motion to Suppress Can Help Your Case

    If you have been charged with a criminal offense but there are doubts raised about certain pieces of evidence, they may be deemed inadmissible to be used in court. An experienced criminal defense ...

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  • 5 Common Police Mistakes During a DUI Arrest
    5 Common Police Mistakes During a DUI Arrest

    If you have been arrested for an OWI , this doesn’t mean that you are guilty of the crime. Police are required to follow strict protocol in order to initiate a traffic stop and make an arrest. If an ...

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  • Supreme Court Decides Warrant Necessary for Cellphone Tracking
    Supreme Court Decides Warrant Necessary for Cellphone Tracking

    On June 22, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that the police need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects’ movements through cellphone location data. The justices’ 5-4 ruling is ...

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