If the police have a warrant to search my house, can they look anywhere?

If the police arrive at your home with a warrant, they have the right to search in any place, as long as whatever it is they’re looking for can reasonably be found in that location. For example, they can look inside of your closets and they can look inside of your drawers, but it’s unreasonable for them to look, for example, inside of a pill bottle if they’re looking for a gun, because a gun won’t fit in a pill bottle.

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