Question: What is a search warrant in Wisconsin?

Answer: A search warrant in Wisconsin is an order by a judge permitting police to search property belonging to another. The Constitution mandates that police must get a warrant to search an individual's property, unless some recognized exception to the warrant requirement applies. Our firm deals with warrants in drug cases, fraud cases, and even now with drunk driving cases after the United States Supreme Court recently held that blood tests may not be taken without a warrant if a person does not consent to the test. A law firm well-versed in attacking search warrants is necessary for a proper defense in many different areas of criminal law.

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