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A search warrant is a written warrant issued by a judge or magistrate which authorizes the police to conduct a search of a person or location for evidence of a criminal offense.All jurisdictions with a rule of law and a right to privacy put constraints on the rights of police investigators, and typically require search warrants, or an equivalent procedure, for searches within a criminal enquiry. There typically also exist exemptions for "hot pursuit": if a criminal flees the scene of a crime and the police officer follows him, the officer has the right to enter an edifice in which the criminal has sought shelter.Conversely, in authoritarian regimes, the police typically have the right to search property and people without having to provide justifications, or without having to secure an authorization from the judiciary.
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Police searched everyone present at the scene of crime.
He searched every room in the house.
I've searched my memory, but I can't remember that man's name.
The sunlight searched the room's dark corners.
He searched for work at various stores.
The general manager promised to search into the matter.
They made a long search for the lost child.
He had no warrant for his action.
The police must obtain a warrant from a judge in order to search a house.
He had no warrant for his suspicion.
Have you got a warrant of fitness for your car?
The storekeeper warranted the goods as of the first quality.
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