Police Entering Into Home
Did you get a knock on the door with the police entering into your home? Watch this video to learn your legal rights and how we can protect you from an arrest.
Can the police enter my home without my permission?
If in New Jersey a police officer comes to your door, and they say, “We would like to enter your home,” you have a right to say thank you or no thank you, close the door, and let them stay there. You only have to open a door for a police officer, quite frankly, if they have a search warrant. An arrest warrant might also be another exception, if you’re the person that’s the subject to it. Specifically speaking, on this particular subject, if they don’t have a search warrant, you can keep them from coming in your home. That is one constitutional right that is a paramount in every American home.
Were you or a loved one arrested or accused of a crime and have questions about the police entering your home without permission? Contact New Jersey criminal lawyer Carl Spector today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.
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