I frequently do hotel registry checks. I find the copy of the ID that the cash customers give when they pay, run a warrant check, and routinely find active warrants. My question is, once I make the warrant arrest, either at the threshold of the hotel room, or once they step outside the room, what rights do I have as far as identifying anyone in the room, or going in for a protective sweep. Ideally, we always make this arrest inside the room, but sometimes it doesnt work out that way. I know that the protective sweep is intended to protect myself from other persons present and is stringent with regards to a home sweep, but do I get any leeway when we are in the hotel? How about any case law regarding this type of incident? I am pretty familiar with the wording of the defrauding an innkeeper statute, but I can't find any practical teachings about it. Thanks in advance.