Question: What is a Wisconsin search warrant?

Answer: A search warrant is a warrant or a document signed by a magistrate or judge upon probable cause to believe contraband will be found. If there is a warrant in a particular case, defenses to the case may be made if there is insufficient probable cause or if the warrant is vague. There’s many other challenges that can be brought, too.

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