Definition of warrantless in English:
adjectivechiefly North American
Carried out without legal or official authorization: warrantless searches and wiretaps
More example sentences
- He's also the guy who gave us the formerly secret warrantless eavesdropping program.
- However, police officers in New York are authorized to make warrantless arrests on felony charges.
- Such a pat-down search, of course, would be warrantless.
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