get a warrant before they enter a home
they need a warrant
In Britain officers employed to search for smuggled goods were known as excisemen.
It is in charge of the police force, immigration, customs, security and MI5, the secret service.
If you're on probation then they have the right to enter your home. Also if they have a search warrent.
yep! Did they find your stash?
Police officers are trained to use an open hand search when they are searching somebody for weapons. To enter the home, the police need to have a search warrant or the consent of the owner.
If the Police have a warrant to search your property, they have the right to forcibly enter your house if admittance is not granted. The same goes if they have an arrest warrant for you and you refuse to come out. They may also have that right if there is a crime in progress. If there is a high speed chase after subjects who the police witnessed committing crimes and the suspects enter someone's house, the police have the right to enter. Or if someone is holding you hostage in your home, the police can forcibly enter. They may also have that right if they have probable cause to believe you are in immediate danger or deceased.
Yes If the kid invites them in.
No, provided that there is search warrant or warrant of arrest issued to arrest that person, this is to allow the police to search a home of the perpetrator.
Absolutely NOT! They may however call the police to accuse you and the police may enter with a search warrant if they choose, or the accuser may take you to court to sue you for the accusation and attempt to prove that you indeed have the property.
If they have a search warrant, then yes, they can. Also, if they have reason to believe that someone is in danger, or that a criminal is in the home, then they can enter the home without the owner's permission.
Yes, even if the door to a room in the residence that is specified in the warrant authorities have the right to enter the room by forced entry if necessary.
This means that there are limits on when and how the police can search your home, for instance, and take evidence.
Certainly. You should patiently wait.