Cases on searches without a warrant

U.S. Supreme Court
Contents:
  1. Data Protection Choices
  2. What Can the Police Search Without a Warrant?
  3. Search warrant
  4. Further Reading

Automobile Exception. An officer may search a vehicle if they have a reasonable belief that contraband is contained inside the vehicle. Hot Pursuit. Police may enter a private dwelling if they are in "hot pursuit" of a fleeing criminal. Once inside a dwelling, police may search the entire area without first obtaining a search warrant. Criminal Law. Aggravating and Mitigating Factors. Types of Bail. Bail Algorithms. Bail Schedules. Bail While Pursuing an Appeal. Bail Bond Agents and Bounty Hunters.

Data Protection Choices

Release on Own Recognizance. Restitution for Crime Victims. Reasons to Accept a Plea Bargain. Withdrawing a Guilty Plea. Ineffective Assistance of Counsel in Plea Bargaining. How Judges Review Plea Bargains. Finalizing a Plea Bargain.

Can cops search a vehicle on private property without a warrant?

Immunity for Testimony. Offense Classification. Imperfect Self-Defense. Admissibilty of Evidence. Criminal Appeals. Motions for a New Trial. Competency to Stand Trial. Judgments of Acquittal. Miranda Rights. Right to an Attorney. The Right to a Public Defender. The Constitutional Right to Silence. Custodial Interrogation. Involuntary Confessions.

Waiver of Miranda Rights. Using Post-Arrest Silence at Trial. Miranda Rights for Students. Exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule. Police Stops on the Street.

What Can the Police Search Without a Warrant?

Right to Record Police Officers. Arrests and Arrest Warrants. Use of Force in Resisting Arrest. Timely Arrests. Probable Cause and Probable Cause Hearings.

Other Constitutional Rights. Right to a Speedy Trial. Right to a Public Trial.

Search warrant

Double Jeopardy. Discovery in Criminal Cases. Interviewing Prosecution Witnesses. Preserving Evidence. Hearsay in Criminal Cases. Stages of a Criminal Case. Stages of a Criminal Trial. Search Warrant Requirement.

Further Reading

Search and Seizure Rules. Consent to a Search. Consent to Home Searches. Car Searches. Searches Incident to Arrest. The Good-Faith Exception. The Patriot Act. The Knock-Notice Rule.

Search Warrants. Drug Crimes. Drug Manufacturing. Drug Possession. Drug Trafficking. Medical Marijuana. Drug Laws. Felony Murder.

What Information Does a Warrant Provide?

First-Degree Murder. Involuntary Manslaughter. Second-Degree Murder. Vehicular Homicide. Voluntary Manslaughter. Aiding and Abetting. Federal Crimes. Juvenile Crimes. Juvenile Delinquency. Status Offenses.

leondumoulin.nl/language/hide/6681-a-prueba.php Sentencing in Juvenile Court. Juveniles in Adult Court. Constitutional Rights for Juvenile Defendants. Confidentiality of Juvenile Court Records. Evading the Police. Criminal Trespass.