In most cases, the police enter a person’s property because they have a search warrant or permission to go inside. However, in some cases, the police trespass on property without an invitation. This is against the law.
You should remember that sometimes the police have the legal right to enter your property. They are able to do so if:
- You have given them permission to enter.
- An arrestable offense has been or is being committed within your property.
- They have a warrant or court order to enter.
- For the preservation of life.
If you feel that the police have trespassed on your property, and would like to see the officer's held accountable to their actions, we can help in your claims against the police.