Are there ever circumstances that the police can search my vehicle or me without a warrant under existing criminal law?

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Are there ever circumstances that the police can search my vehicle or me without a warrant under existing criminal law?

Are there ever circumstances that the police can search my vehicle or me without a warrant under existing criminal law?

There are times in which the police may execute a search without a warrant and stay within the confines of the law. Some categories under criminal law that such a search could occur might be:

* If the officer feels that his/her safety is being compromised or could be compromised;
* If the police are in a “hot” pursuit;
* When illegal evidence is seen in plain view;
* If the police offer terms his/her questions with regard to temporary questioning;
* If a person consents or gives permission for the search
* After the police have made a lawful arrest.

   

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