Having the police show up at your home unannounced can be a terrifying experience—especially when you are unaware of your legal rights. This video provides an overview of when the police require a warrant to enter and search your home.
The Fourth Amendment is designed to protect private citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures by the police. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. For example, police officials may enter your home without a warrant during an emergency, such as a house fire, or if you personally allow them to enter. Learn more by watching this full clip.
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