A judge of a court of record may, within his jurisdiction, issue warrants to search a house or place:
(A) For property stolen, taken by robbers, embezzled, or obtained under false pretense;
(B) For weapons, implements, tools, instruments, articles or property used as a means of the commission of a crime, or when any of the objects or articles are in the possession of another person with the intent to use them as a means of committing crime;
(C) For forged or counterfeit coins, stamps, imprints, labels, trade-marks, bank bills, or other instruments of writing, and dies, plates, stamps, or brands for making them;
(D) For obscene materials and materials harmful to minors involved in a violation of section 2907.31 or 2907.32 of the Revised Code, but only so much of such materials shall be seized as are [is] necessary for evidence in a prosecution of the violation;
(E) For [any] gaming table, establishment, device, or apparatus kept or exhibited for unlawful gaming, or to win or gain money or other property, and for money or property won by unlawful gaming;
(F) For the existence of physical conditions which are or may become hazardous to the public health, safety, or welfare, when governmental inspections of property are authorized or required by law.
The enumeration of certain property and material in this section shall not affect or modify other laws for search and seizure.
Cite as R.C. § 2933.21
History. Effective Date: 06-13-1975