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Search Warrent Draft Essay

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR CHESAPEAKE COUNTY, MD
APPLICATION AND AFFIDAVIT FOR SEARCH AND SEIZURE WARRANT
I, Det. Jones, of the Metropolis Police Department, the Affiant, being duly sworn, request the issuance of a Search and Seizure Warrant and states as follows:
1. APPLICATION AND VIOLATIONS OF LAW:
The Affiant hereby makes application to_____request___________________ a judge of the Circuit/District Court for Chesapeake County, MD for a Search and Seizure Warrant on the grounds that there is probable cause, the basis of which is set forth in the following affidavit which is attached hereto and made a part hereof, to believe that there is property subject to seizure under the laws of ...view middle of the document...

In support of this application for a search and seizure warrant your Affiant Detective being duly sworn attests to the following _Mr. Fox of 120 Verlinden Drive is growing and distributing marijuana.
4. PROBABLE CAUSE (FACTUAL BASIS):
The facts that establish probable cause for the issuance of a Search and Seizure Warrant are as follows: An informant saw the marijuana in question as did I Officer Jones when I went to look at the property. Upon pulling the electric bills for Mr. Fox’s residence he is using three times the normal amount that is normally used. Also upon looking at his bank records he has large sums of money being deposited weekly. This is unusual because Mr. Fox does not appear to have other employment as confirmed by the State Unemployment Office. Mr. Fox receives $1500 a month from the state which matches deposits made into Mr. Fox’s account.
5. JUSTIFICATION FOR THE PLACE TO BE SEARCHED AND ITEMS TO BE SEIZED Marijuana is illegal to grow and distribute and Mr. Fox is doing both. His plants can be seen through the basement window _________________.
Based on the aforementioned information, your Affiant prays a search and seizure warrant to be issued for the residence of _Mr. Fox of 120 Verlinden Drive ___.
6. DESCRIPTION OF THE ITEMS TO BE SEIZED:
For all of the forgoing reasons, I respectfully request that you issue a Search and Seizure Warrant for the above-described place authorizing the opening and searching of any safes, boxes, bags, compartments, or things in the nature thereof, found in or upon said location.
AND IF THE PROPERTY BE FOUND THERE, TO SEIZE ANY PROPERTY FOUND LIABLE TO SEIZURE UNDER THE LAWS OF THIS STATE.
I DO SOLEMNLY DECLARE AND AFFIRM UNDER PENALTIES OF PERJURY, THAT THE CONTENTS OF THE FOREGOING DOCUMENT ARE TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION AND BELIEF.
__Steve Jones_______________________________________________
Affiant’s Signature
__Steve Jones__________________________________________
Affiant’s Printed Name and ID# __123654789 ___________________________________
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME IN MY PRESENCE ON THE___22___DAY OF_September_________, 2008
___Barry Moredock_____________________________
JUDGE
__ Barry Moredock ________________
JUDGE’S PRINTED NAME

IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR CHESAPEAKE COUNTY, MD
SEARCH AND SEIZURE WARRANT
TO: Det. of the Metropolis Police Department.
Upon reviewing the Application and the accompanying Affidavit of Det. Jones of the Metropolis Police Department, which are incorporated into this Warrant, I find there exists probable cause to issue this Search and Seizure Warrant. You are therefore commanded with the...

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