When Can the Police Search My Car Without a Warrant?

October 3rd, 2017 by Tad Nelson in Drug Crime

Drug crimes cases in Texas often start when a police officer conducts a search and finds illegal narcotics on the accused person or within his property, such as a car. Normally police must get a warrant before searching you or your property without your consent. But there is a critical exception for a search conducted […]

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What Makes a Warrant Invalid in Texas?

December 16th, 2015 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense

When a police officer appears at the door and states that he or she has a search warrant, most people assume that the warrant is valid and allow the police to enter. However, you always should take the time to examine the warrant carefully. There are many different ways that a search warrant can be […]

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