Definition of "no-knock"
  1. Refers to an action performed by law enforcement authorities when they enter a private location without announcing their presence or intent
How to use "no-knock" in a sentence
  1. The officers executed a no-knock search warrant to ensure evidence would not be destroyed.
  2. The controversy over no-knock entries has intensified due to recent cases.
  3. No-knock procedures are seen by some as necessary for officer safety in certain situations.

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