Q: Was my Fourth amendment right violated
I was at a motel the police got called for a misdemeanor burglary of a vehicle it was probably 3 or 4 hours after the alleged incident early in the morning maybe 6:00 cops got called I was in the room by myself they knocked on the door kept knocking I didn't answer the door I didn't make no noise they ended up breaking into my room finding controlled substances. I was on parole at that time but I did a little bit of research and in the state of Texas the parole officer is the one that conducts the warrantless search with the presence of a police officer if needed. And even if they did have a warrant it would have only been a misdemeanor how can they break into my room for a misdemeanor then charge me with everything that was in the room
A: I see that you have asked questions related to this situation before...you really are not going to get a complete answer on a free forum. You need to bring these concerns to either your appointed attorney, or the attorney you hire on your case. You MIGHT have issues to object to the search for being unlawful, but you are not going to be able to know for sure by asking questions online. Make an appointment with your appointed attorney and bring these specific concerns to them, and ask them to go over the evidence with you. Or, if you have the means, hire an attorney to investigate the specific evidence of your case, and advise you fully. Good luck.
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