It's the police - we have a warrant to search your business

Butler III, A. Bates
May 2008
Inside Tucson Business;5/19/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 50, p24
The author reflects on the significance of search warrants on industrial operations. He commented that being prepared, knowledge of the process and understanding of one's rights can reduce the trauma, anxiety and disruption of the business that accompanies such an event. He noted that officers will ask the judge to seal the record in order not to reveal what is learned in the investigation which is supposedly open to the public.


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