Question: What roles do warrants play in a Wisconsin drug case?

Answer: In order to search a person, a car, a house, a business, or any location or premises, the police must have either consent from a person who’s in control of that premises, or they must obtain a warrant to search. So most often warrants are obtained by police when they are suspicious, they have some reason to believe that there is some drug activity ongoing. They will obtain a warrant to search a certain location looking for drugs.

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