Warrants & Probable Cause?

Answer The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution is among the most important in the founding documents. In short, it prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and states that warrants shal... Read More »

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How to See If There Are Warrants Out for Your Arrest?

Not everybody is a criminal, but that does not mean they are immune to arrest warrants. Simple things like missed court appearances or unpaid speeding fines can lead to arrest warrants. You might b... Read More »

Warrants Explained?

Warrants are issued for individuals who have committed crimes or have failed to comply with the orders of a court. Unlike other types of warrants, a search warrant does not result in an arrest, but... Read More »

Does the DMV check for warrants?

Outstanding warrants are reported on your driving record. In most states, when you apply for a driver's license, the DMV will check your driving record for outstanding warrants, and if any are foun... Read More »

What does set for probable cause mean?

Set for probable cause means that the court will examine whether there is sufficient evidence to charge a person for a crime, according to Cornell University Law School. Probable cause is a requir... Read More »