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Attorney Kirk Tarman Explains Search And Seizure Procedures While On Probation Or Parole

Attorney Kirk Tarman Explains Search And Seizure Procedures While On Probation Or Parole

Kirk Tarman– Criminal Defense Attorney – San Bernardino County, CA

“But you do give up a lot of your rights. And one of those rights is, basically, the right to be searched. And like, if you are on probation, you have usually a term of probation, as you’ve been given, what’s called Bravo search terms. Meaning a police officer, as long as they know you’re on probation and that you have these Bravo search terms, means they can search you without your consent. Obviously, if it’s harassment level things or something that you can argue against that.

But that’s the big one, it’s that Bravo search term…probation officer can come into your house without a search warrant, look around your house, look for any illegal stuff, or violations of probation, etc. Parole, similar. The parole officer, or a police officer who is in contact with your parole officer, or knows that you have parole search terms, come to your house, come in your car and even search your pockets individually. If he knows that you have those terms of your probation or parole.”

Ray Hrdlicka – Host – Attorneys.Media

“Though, I assume those terms are almost standardized on every single probation or parole, right?”

Kirk Tarman– Criminal Defense Attorney – San Bernardino County, CA

“Generally speaking, they are.”

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