Searches and the US 4th Amendment

By Craig Wright | 22 Dec 2022 |

In much of the common law world (including the USA, UK, Canada, NZ and Australia), law enforcement needs to obtain a legal authorization in order to search and seize evidence. Generally, this power is granted through a request for a search warrant which states the grounds for the application including the law which has been broken. In the United States and the United Kingdom the requirements further require that the application describes the specific premises to be searched as well as the items being sought.



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