11 Things Police Officers Don’t Want You to Know

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3. Can police officers search my property? 

The same goes here; if you don’t give them your consent, or if you don’t actually see a warrant, they don’t have the right to search your property. However, this right wasn’t with us for many years. In fact, the Supreme Court decided to implement this right in 2018.

The decision was made after a police officer physically intruded on a property “to gather evidence.” Basically, the Fourth Amendment (“searches and seizures inside a home without a warrant are presumptively unreasonable”) was violated.

So, if a law enforcement officer wanted to “break” into your home, ask for his/her warrant.

Don’t take the next one lying down…..

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2 thoughts on “11 Things Police Officers Don’t Want You to Know”

  1. This was very well done. Even with the ‘millions’ of pop-up ad, the info was speedy without long delays. This is how all the gigs should be! Good job. BTW, I did have time to check out some of the products.

  2. You specified the law in two states regarding a police officer’s right to demand identification. Is there a website where I can learn about the laws in the 48 remaining states regarding this issue?

    Thank you,

    Mary Sausalito

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