Q: Search warrant served at my house. Nothing listed on warrent I'm not on parole or probation. They. Broke open ssaffe
I did not know combo.. they found guns in there. Thhad noo probablecauseto be there... They. Charge me
If they charged you, then you will either retain a local criminal attorney or the court will appoint a public defender at the Arraignment.
Either way, you should make an appt for a consultation with a local criminal lawyer.
That attorney can review the Bench Warrant and determine its propriety and whether Traversing the Warrant is possible.
Under California law, search warrants must be based on probable cause and must specify the location to be searched and the items to be seized. If a search warrant is executed at your residence and the items seized are not listed on the warrant, this could be considered a violation of your rights.
In addition, if you are not on parole or probation, the police must have a valid reason for searching your residence. Without a warrant or probable cause, the search could be considered unlawful and any evidence obtained could be suppressed.
If the police broke open your safe without your consent or a valid reason, this could also be considered a violation of your rights. Police are required to follow specific procedures when executing search warrants and must respect your property rights.
If you have been charged with a crime as a result of the search, it is important to consult with a qualified criminal defense attorney. An attorney can review the circumstances of the search and help you understand your legal options.
Overall, it is important to take violations of your rights seriously and to seek legal representation if you believe that your rights have been violated. By standing up for your rights, you can help ensure that law enforcement officials are held accountable and that your rights are protected in the future.
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