anticipatory search warrant

noun

  • Criminal Law

Definitions of anticipatory search warrant

  • an official document giving police or other court officers the right to search a specific place in the future based on evidence raising sufficient belief that a certain crime will take place there

    A judge may also issue an anticipatory search warrant of the entire home to which the package was delivered.

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