Do I have to let the police in my house? 

Do I have to let the police in my house? 

The police can enter your house under certain circumstance; exigency (legal emergency), chasing a fleeing felon/suspect, upon your permission or with a search warrant.  The most important part which really matters and you have the most control is when they have no search warrant and it’s not an emergency.  I’ll cover that part first and then move on to the…

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Find an officer’s prior bad behavior:

Find an officer’s prior bad behavior:

Police officer’s past bad behavior can be discovered with the Brady Motion in your current case. Brady was a court case which caused the ruling for which there is now a motion.  It forces disclosure of important facts about your officer’s prior dealings and tendencies. It helps the defense attack the reliability, thoroughness, or good faith of the police investigation.…

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Do I have to talk to the police? Know your rights!

Do I have to talk to the police? Know your rights!

Most people are under the impression that you have to talk to the police or answer all of their questions.  It couldn’t be further from the truth.  It’s true we are all raised to respect the police and to fully comply with authority.  That usually means that the authoritative figure has a good reason to stop us and inquire about…

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