In the United States, the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects individuals from unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement. It is crucial to be aware of your rights and recognize if you have been a victim of an illegal search and seizure. Read below the signs of an illegal search and seizure from a Florida federal standpoint.
Lack of a Valid Warrant:
The Fourth Amendment requires law enforcement officers to obtain a search warrant, supported by probable cause, before conducting a search or seizure. If the search was conducted without a warrant or if the warrant was invalid, it could be an indication of an illegal search.