search warrants

The Supreme Court will likely approve a change to a controversial rule on search warrants.
Phillip Margolin, a former criminal defense attorney who defended thirty murder cases, has written many New York Times bestsellers. He is well-known for his Amanda Jaffe and Brad Miller series, and for his many standalone novels.
A new ruling means tea leaves in the trash can be grounds for a drug raid.
Because the independent source doctrine does not circumvent or avoid the statutory exclusionary rule's requirement that evidence
The threat to personal liberties posed by search warrants in the pre-digital era was trivial compared to the virtual strip-search that a warrant has become today.
When police charged into the building with a battering ram, their search warrant authorized them to smash open the door of