Search Warrants for Tribal Law
The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution places limitations on the power of tribal law enforcement officers to make arrests, search people and their property and seize objects, documents and contraband (such as illegal drugs or weapons). This important constitutional provision guarantees that citizens can expect their property to be free from unreasonable and arbitrary searches by state or governmental agencies. These limitations are the bedrock of “search and seizure laws.”
Search and seizure law is constantly in flux and so complicated that entire books are devoted to it. It goes without saying that tribal law enforcement officers have a duty to stay up-to-date with search and seizure laws to avoid violating the most basic rights under constitutional law.
This two-day class will give you the information that you need to have confidence in your knowledge on this important topic. Register today.
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