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    Does anyone have a link that explains briefly the different types of search warrants? (Ramey, Cleeland, Steagald, etc)

    I have an interview for Narc/Gang/Vice detective and they may ask about them. Any help would be appreciated!

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    Do a search. You should know this stuff by now. If not, then you should develop your skills in looking up information and being able to use it.
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    • #3
      A Ramey warrant differs from others because it is authorizes a search for a specific person within specified premises. All other search warrants are to find property, including evidence. The cases you mention just deal with certain kinds of circumstances; they are not different kinds of warrants.

      You can read quite a bit about search warrants in California here:

      http://www.sdsheriff.net/legalupdate...search2009.pdf
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      • #4
        A Steagald warrant is a warrant to search for a suspect in a third party's home.

        A Mincey warrant is for a homicide scene inside the victim's home, in case the suspect has privacy rights there.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by DAL View Post
          A Ramey warrant differs from others because it is authorizes a search for a specific person within specified premises. All other search warrants are to find property, including evidence. The cases you mention just deal with certain kinds of circumstances; they are not different kinds of warrants.

          You can read quite a bit about search warrants in California here:

          http://www.sdsheriff.net/legalupdate...search2009.pdf
          Thank you very much for the link! I have studied it for the past couple hours and have received some great information.

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