The Plain View Doctrine: When Can the Police Seize Your Property?

In most cases, officers are required to obtain a search warrant before seizing incriminating evidence. One of the major exceptions to this rule involves the plain view doctrine. This doctrine stipulates that any evidence that is in “plain view” of … Continue reading

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Houston Criminal Lawyer | Agreeing to Search

A common misconception is that if you agree to allow officers to search your car, house, office, etc. that this will either show your innocence or somehow the police officer will just say okay, never mind you must not be hiding anything if you agreed to this.  And then … Continue reading

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