If you are like most people you likely consider your home to be your own private domain – the one place where you can count on complete privacy and peace. What happens, however, if the police show up at your door asking to search your home? Can the police enter “Warrantless Searches in San Diego: Can the Police Enter Your Home without a Warrant?”
San Diego Warrants: Can My Attorney Get My Warrant Withdrawn?
If you have an active arrest warrant in San Diego, California you could be arrested and taken into custody at any time and in any place. This means you could be taken from your home in the middle of the night, taken out of your vehicle while out with your “San Diego Warrants: Can My Attorney Get My Warrant Withdrawn?”
What Is An Illegal Search in San Diego?
In a criminal prosecution evidence used in the case is frequently the result of some type of search. Whether the search was a search of your person, your automobile, or your home it must be done in accordance with the law. If the search was not conducted properly, it could “What Is An Illegal Search in San Diego?”
Internet Protocol Numbers may be Disclosed to Police
A computer hacker unlawfully enters a computer network of one of the San Diego school districts. The hacker then gains control of the district’s routers, and transmits the data located on the district’s network to the hacker’s computer. As a result, the hacker obtains access to payroll and employee records, “Internet Protocol Numbers may be Disclosed to Police”
Clearing a Warrant Procedure
Clearing an arrest warrant for a misdemeanor offense can usually be done without the defendant having to appear personally in court, with very few exceptions. Defendants who live in anther state are often surprised to find that we often clear misdemeanor warrants the same day we are retained. On the “Clearing a Warrant Procedure”