Author: Todd Coolidge

An arrest warrant is probably the most well-known type of warrant. It allows police to take the person named in the warrant into custody. They might actively search for that person, or arrest them during a traffic stop, depending on the alleged crime. In this...

In a criminal case, there are two things that the prosecution needs to secure a conviction. Along with criminal intent, they also need to establish a burden of proof in order to prove someone’s guilt.  The term “burden of proof” describes the standards that evidence must...

A warrant to search someone's property is common to hear about, especially in the news and on television shows. You might be left with questions about the legality of it, and understanding if it infringes on your Constitutional right to privacy. Keep reading to learn...