16 Sep Do You Forget Your Rights When The Police Are Around? Brush Up On Them Now
Did you know that you don’t have to let the police into your home if they don’t have a search warrant?
We all find the police intimidating so many people don’t know their exact rights. That needs to change.
An officer who shows up to your home will need a warrant to search your home, unless you give your consent. If the officer has a warrant, they may only search the areas or items listed in the warrant. Make sure you read through the warrant carefully before allowing the officers in.
You have the right to remain silent if the police start questioning you. A search warrant does not grant the police authority to interrogate you without your consent. You have the right to request a lawyer, and the police cannot ask you any questions until your lawyer is present.
If you end up arrested, you have the right to non-excessive bail and the right to remain innocent until proven guilty. Contact Riverside Bail Bonds at 951-684-4484 so you can exercise these rights of yours and get out of jail.
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