When Can the Police Search Me and My Belongings?

February 6, 2015

The U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens against unreasonable search and seizure. However, this rule does not apply uniformly in all cases, despite what people may mistakenly assume. The police do not always need a warrant to conduct a search. This video discusses situations when law enforcement officers have the right to search without first obtaining a warrant. And to learn more about your rights, talk to a New Jersey federal criminal defense attorney.

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