Can they search my car
in texas if the driver has a warrent has a warrent and gets arrested and the vehical is mine. does that give the police ther
In PA and most likely in other states they have to have probable cause. The tricky thing is that it doesn't take much to have probable cause. Just acting overly nervous is probable cause.
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