Know your Constitutional Rights The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guards against unreasonable searches and seizures, and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause. Under the USA PATRIOT Act, signed into law by Congress in 2001, sneak and peek warrants could be used for the first time in U. S. history as standard procedure in investigations.
Under the Fourth Amendment, for law enforcement to legally search you or your possessions and seize evidence to use against you, specific information must be supplied to the court by a law enforcement officer who can prove probable cause a search warrant is needed. Law enforcement officers need a warrant for most search and seizure activities, although there exceptions if you consent to a search, evidence in plain view, exigent circumstances, border searches, and other situations in which an individual is in imminent danger or harm.
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> About Warrants CaliforniaLaw Enforcement implements an ongoing concentrated effort in the state of California to collect and satisfy outstanding warrants. The Sheriff's Office, US Marshal's officers, Department of Corrections, Probation Division, and Pardon and Parole officers participate in the apprehension of citizens for outstanding warrants throughout the state. The current court filling status for outstanding warrants is estimated at about 680k in California. Violators can be arrested anywhere and anytime. > Types Of Offenses range from Felony, Drugs, Failing to Appear, and Unpaid Traffic Violations to more significant violations for Aggravated Stalking, Robbery, Burglary, Street Gang Involvement, and Aggravated Assault.
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