Thank you for your new question and update.
Your attorney was seeking the application for the search warrant which is what he would use to determine the probable cause
the police needed to even get the warrant. Your attorney is correct in that it is public record unless it was sealed by the court
. If the judge denied the copy of the application for search warrant, your attorney has a right to file an immediate writ to the court of appeals seeking the court of appeals release that public record to you and that should be his next step.
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