Probable Cause leading to Search Warrant’s
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This paper discusses the underlying circumstances to obtaining a warrant, and proving probable cause. Certain exceptions are made by law in some situations, such as searching vehicles. All officers of the law, and court officials are legally obligated to follow all rights reserved by the Fourth Amendment, and without doing so they could jeopardize their case. Investigation must take place before an officer can prove probable cause to a judge, and obtain a warrant. Warrants are necessary documents in apprehending suspects, conducting searches, and seizures. Without warrants, in most cases, evidence will be ruled as inadmissible. There are several ways to prove probable cause to obtain warrants. Without sufficient probable cause a warrant can not be issued to officers.
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Probable Cause Leading To Search Warrants In everyday cases there are several factors included that must be met for the justice process to be effectively worked out. Probable cause is “ the minimum standard necessary for an arrest under any circumstances.” (Schmalleger,2012). Probable cause is facts that lead to a warrant, arrest, or search. This is the first step in receiving a warrant to search a suspects home, or car. Certain standards are required when coming up with probable cause. There is a certain process by which a warrant is issued, and all officers must obey all suspects