Can the Police Search My Home Without a Warrant?

In some cases, yes. When you are placed under arrest, the police have the right to search you for any weapons you may be carrying. In addition, if you consent to a search, the police will not need a warrant. Finally, if the police have reasonable grounds to suspect that evidence is about to be destroyed, they may be able to enter your home or business even without permission.

If you believe that you have been subjected to an illegal search, you need a legal professional who is ready to fight for you. Contact Cape Cod criminal defense lawyer James Powderly today at 508-343-0676.


Interview with a Former DUI Client