The police can only search your house without permission if they obtain a warrant, which is a document that states they have reason to believe that suspicious activities are items may be found in the place they are looking. Some warrants are very specific in the places the are wishing to search which can create limits for officers. For example if an officer suspected drug paraphernalia was in someones garage and it was written in the warrant they would be limited to search the garage only if they found it somewhere else in which they looked without legal permission any evidence obtained would not be allowed in a court of law.
Yes, you are wanted for a FELONY!
if you are on a prison license and go abroad without permission how will the authority such as probation workers and the police no you have gone abroad?
Police officer with a search warrant can search any home regardless of the situation.
If you take a car without permission and the police tow it the owners do have to pay the fee for the wrecker service and the impound fee.
The police cannot enter onto private business property without the owner's permission in Arizona. They must obtain a warrant to do so, if they do not receive permission.
Under certain circumstances, yes, they can.
In most of the countries the police are not allowed to get your DNA sample without the permission of the court.
Without your permission, go to the police immediately and tell them that your dog was stolen and show them the proof of the selling of the stolen dog.
Can who film? In California it is a Felony to film inside a police station because it is technically a custody facility, and requires the ranking officers permission.
Not without a court order. The exception being if such action was included in the terms of the individual's release on probation (which is very unlikely).
A villain can leave the state if they arent on house arrest or on the police's most wanted watch list. If you are on parole or probation, you have to check with your parole/probation officer first, before you leave the state, to get permission.
In certain situations, YES.