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Synonyms for warrant

Synonyms for warrant

a justifying fact or consideration

something given to guarantee the repayment of a loan or the fulfillment of an obligation

an assumption of responsibility, as one given by a manufacturer, for the quality, worth, or durability of a product

a declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing

proof of legal permission to do something

to assume responsibility for the quality, worth, or durability of

to be a proper or sufficient occasion for

Synonyms for warrant

a type of security issued by a corporation (usually together with a bond or preferred stock) that gives the holder the right to purchase a certain amount of common stock at a stated price

a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications

show to be reasonable or provide adequate ground for


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stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of

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22) Warrantless arrest powers, however, have been around for a long time (23) and have withstood Charter scrutiny.
The president has inherent constitutional authority as Commander in Chief and sole organ for the nation in foreign affairs to conduct warrantless surveillance of enemy forces for intelligence purposes to detect and disrupt armed attacks on the United States,'' he wrote.
Despite his heroic stand, Comey is not without blame for the government's warrantless surveillance program, which was expanded during the time he was in the Justice Department.
Prosecutors often deny detainees access to a lawyer, and courts have failed to uphold detainees' due process rights in cases of warrantless arrest and abusive interrogations, Human Rights Watch found.
Arizona that "the Fourth Amendment does not bar police officers from making warrantless entries and searches when they reasonably believe that a person within [a private residence] is in need of immediate aid.
In this volume, he details numerous facets of "executive quasi-coup" of the Bush years, including the use of presidential "signing statements," extensive use of the states secret privilege, legally redefining torture, warrantless wiretapping by the National Security Agency, the dubious theory of the "unitary executive," the president's ability to declare individuals "enemy combatants," attempts to sideline the military's Judge Advocates General, and manipulation of scientific information for policy reasons, to cite a few.
Bush's lawyers justify this administration's ceaseless efforts to undermine the constitution and the rule of law: Intrusions on privacy, warrantless wiretapping, indefinite detention, torture.
McCain gets a pass on reversing positions on torture of prisoners, offshore drilling, warrantless wiretaps, veteran benefits and the McCain- Feingold campaign finance bill -- that he introduced before he was against it.
The PAA authorizes far more warrantless surveillance than the President claims occurred under the "Terrorist Surveillance Program," which is the subject of the well-publicized debate ovet immunizing telecommunications companies for their illegal cooperation.
Chapters cover: investigative detention, traffic detention, arrest, use of force, interview and interrogation, warrantless search and seizure, search warrants, electronic media concerns, and canine search and seizure.
These pernicious developments have included, among others, the Patriot Act, warrantless surveillance of U.
What decided this election, more than any other factor, was the angry realization by a great many Americans that their president has lied to them about matters of war and peace, approved the warrantless wiretapping of their telephone conversations, and displayed a disdain for the Constitution and the rule of law unprecedented in the history of the American experiment.
The warrantless surveillance program," Fein stated before the Senate Judiciary Committee back on March 31, "justifies censure.
Immediately after sweeping to power in the midterm elections, the Chairman of the Democratic Party, Howard Dean, appeared as a guest on 'The Daily Show' and announced that the Democrats WILL NOT pursue any investigations into whether or not the Bush Administration had violated the 4th Amendment with his warrantless wiretaps, manipulated the intelligence used to justify the war in Iraq, or was in any way complacent or negligent to the threat from terrorism prior to 9/11 despite multiple repeated warnings of an impending attack on U.
To federal judge ANNA DIGGS TAYLOR, a Carter era appointee, for preening "there are no hereditary Kings in America," in her 44-page decision to strike down NSA's warrantless wiretaps as unconstitutional, apparently oblivious of the surveillance-driven roll-up of the terrorist plot in the UK to blow up US-bound airliners.