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Can the police conduct a search without a warrant in Florida?

Typically, the Fourth Amendment requires the police to have a warrant to conduct a search. However, there are exceptions to the warrant requirement such as whether evidence might be in plain view, or someone provides consent to search or there’s exigent circumstances. So, while they typically are required to have a warrant, there are exceptions to the warrant requirement that are recognized in the law.

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