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Monthly Archives: March 2020

Understanding the scope of search warrants

By Scott N. Richardson, P.A. |

When a judge grants a search warrant, it allows police to search for evidence of a crime. The warrant must state the specific place to be searched, as well as the items to be seized. In other words, a search warrant does not give police unlimited permission to search. They may search only the… Read More »

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What constitutes entrapment in criminal cases?

By Scott N. Richardson, P.A. |

In many criminal investigations, undercover police officers and informants are used to gather evidence to build a case. However, when an informant or undercover cop entices a person to commit a crime, the actions of law enforcement may amount to entrapment. What does that mean for defendants? Entrapment can be difficult to prove in… Read More »

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