Legal Question in Civil Rights Law in Texas

do law officers has to have a serch warrant to come into your home looking for a person

Asked on 12/20/10, 9:44 pm

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ERICK PLATTEN LAW OFFICE OF ERICK PLATTEN
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Hello there,

Whenever law enforcement shows up at your house or anywhere else, they must have a warrant for the premises as well as a warrant for the individual.

If you are harboring a fugitive, that is a case they can file against you if they go and get a warrant and can prove you were giving a false statement to a police officer and hiding a fugitive in your house.

Sincerely,

Erick Platten

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12/27/10, 12:30 pm

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