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What is probable cause in simple sentence?
: evidence that gives someone a reason to think that a crime has been or is being committed. The lawyer argued that there was a lack of probable cause for a search warrant. The police had probable cause to arrest him.
What are my rights when pulled over in Missouri?
Ask if you are free to leave. If you are under arrest, you have a right to know why. You have the right to remain silent and cannot be punished for refusing to answer questions. If you wish to remain silent, tell the officer out loud. Ask if you are required to identify yourself if instructed to do so.
Which of the following can be used to establish probable cause?
An Affidavit, signed by a law enforcement officer, usually accompanies the Complaint. The Affidavit explains the crime committed as well as the role of the accused in that crime. In other words, the Affidavit is used to establish probable cause that the accused committed the crime.
How long do the police have to charge you with a crime in Missouri?
The general time limits for other crimes are: three years for felonies (classes B through E) one year for misdemeanors, and. six months for infractions.
What happens after a warrant is issued?
In the event the Warrant has to be executed outside the local jurisdiction of the Court from which the Warrant has been issued, The Court issuing the Warrant shall forward the Warrant to the Court, Executive Magistrate and/or Commissioner of Police within local limits of whose jurisdiction it is to be executed and then ...
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