Thursday, October 13, 2011


Do I have the right to challenge a police search of my home, business, or other place?

Yes, you have the right to challenge a search if it involves a violation of your constitutional rights.

You must assert a reasonable subjective expectation of privacy in the place to be searched. Generally, you may object to any search that is made without a warrant, and those searches made pursuant to a warrant must be strictly limited to the places, items, and times specified in the warrant.