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  • A decree that provides authorization to engage in a given act. Common examples of warrants are the search warrant, which provides legal grounds for police officers to search the premises of a suspected offender, or the arrest warrant, which enables a law enforcement official to arrest a particular individual. The warrant allows law enforcement authorities to search a premises and seize any illegal property found or arrest a suspect. Items found as a result of a search warrant may be used as evidence in court proceedings. The warrant is usually issued by a judge or other authorized officer, ensuring that the search or arrest conforms to legal regulations.

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