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Other Types of Search Warrants

In addition to the written orders to search, Arizona law also allows for warrants to be issued to search a location, seize property, or track a person or object using electronic devices.


Cell site simulator device search warrants authorize a police officer to identify, locate or track the movements of a communication device through the use of a cell site simulator device. A.R.S. § 13-4291


Tracking device search warrants authorize a police officer to track a person or an object using an electronic or mechanical tracking device, including a communications device that tracks the movement of a person or object. A.R.S. § 13-4291


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