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Police Officer Breaks Into Home And Arrests Man

“My boyfriend and I were told at the door that he didn’t have any warrants. We closed the door. The officer then broke into my house. He looked to be impaired. I told him to leave, but he instead arrested my boyfriend for an FTA.”

To clarify, you do maintain the right to see a physical warrant if a police officer comes bounding into your home.

The police are allowed to lie and trick you. She keeps saying that he told her at the door that he didn’t have a warrant. He lied to try to gain more information, in this case luring him to the door to identify him. Once the cop saw his face and knew that it was the suspect, that was enough to go in after him. When asked later, he did say that he had a warrant. The fact that he lied initially does not mean anything.

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