When One Admits to Having Marijuana, A Search Is Legal When An Arrest Follows.

The reader of the title to this post may recognize the syllogistic approach a court can take.  After all, if an arrest does not follow a search, no one would probably challenge the search at all.  There would be nothing to suppress from evidence.  However, if one admits to having marijuana, does this always make a search legal?  Click on the following link to read more about this interesting case.


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