Is It Legal for Police to Search a Car with No Warrant?

Even the most experienced criminal defense attorneys, judges and prosecutors will pause to answer the rhetorical question posed as the title to this blog posting. Arizona v Gant is an often-cited case involving the power of the police to search a car and the following case summary explains how this case was initially cited to, but then built upon to permit the search of a car in Compton that police suspected was carrying drugs and money from drug sales. To read about this case, which defense attorneys should not like, click on the following link.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/is-it-legal-for-police-to-search-a-car-with-no-warrant.html.

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