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Counsel to the IGP, David Igbodo, in his opposition to the application, prayed the court to dismiss it on the grounds that it was mere speculations and added that, 'The application is speculative because, in the first instance, there is no search warrant attached to it.
During the investigation at the airport, Chiou offered to show detectives his barn, according to the search warrant, and signed a consent form for troopers to search the freezer.
He noted that the parties in support of further impoundment of the search warrants - the district attorney's office and Mrs.
While the Court upheld the search warrant, it announced a new process for when the police obtain a search warrant for medical records.
Dr Murray's lawyer, Edward Chernoff, referred queries to the statement he made a day earlier in which he confirmed a search warrant had been executed and that none of the items seized had previously been requested by authorities.
As Detroit police officers were about to execute a search warrant for drugs, they observed an individual, later identified as George Summers, leave the front door of the residence specified in the warrant.
One of the most dramatic ways a health care executive learns of an investigation is by the execution of a search warrant.
The very purpose of the Fourth Amendment is to guarantee checks and balances, requiring both judicial and executive participation in the issuing of any search warrant.
Generally, if the government is interested in some document in that computer that it believes is evidence of a crime, it can go to a federal judge, present its evidence--we call it "probable cause"--and get a search warrant.
Based on the court's ruling, however, law enforcement officials would need only a search warrant to gain access to e-mail before it reaches its recipient, instead of a harder-to-obtain wiretap order.
In a raid not connected with the murder of Liam Kelly,police with a search warrant entered a terrace house in Netherby Street where they discovered the high powered weapon.
In a decision by all six of the participating justices, the court ruled that the search warrant violated both the First Amendment and the Colorado Constitution's guarantee of free expression.

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