Can I be searched without a warrant?

Can I be searched without a warrant? Body Searches Upon arrest, an officer may search you, without a warrant, for weapons, evidence, or illegal or stolen goods. Strip searches should not be conducted for offenses that do not involve weapons, drugs, or violence unless police reasonably suspect you are concealing a weapon or illegal goods, and they have authorization to conduct a strip search from the supervising officer on duty. If you are booked and jailed, you may undergo a full body search, including body cavities. Home Searches Under certain circumstances, such as law enforcement preventing imminent destruction of evidence, your home maybe searched without your consent or a warrant. If you are taken into custody in your home, without a warrant, an officer can search only the limited area within your reach. Other rooms and even other parts of the same room are off limits, unless the officer believes…


Top Lawyer Stephen Cline Named for 2014

2014 Top Lawyer Stephen Cline named in San Diego Magazine To create this list of Top Lawyer in San Diego, Martindale-Hubbell® tapped its  comprehensive database of Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ to identify lawyers who have been rated by their peers to be AV Preeminent®—the highest Peer Review Rating available. Generations of lawyers have relied on Martindale-Hubbell® as the authoritative resource for information on the worldwide legal profession. With a history spanning 140 years, the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Network is powered by a database of over one million lawyers and law firms in more than 160 countries. Thousands of people use the network every day to find local attorneys, confirm their credentials, and select firms that provide services for their personal and professional legal needs. To read more on how Stephen Cline was named a Top Lawyer in 2014 and rated with the highest Legal Ability and Ethical Standards by his peers,…