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Do I have to consent when the police ask me to allow them to search my car or house?

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Absolutely not. In fact it is my specific advice to never consent to a search no matter the location of the search. If law enforcement believes they have probable cause for an arrest, allow them to arrest you. Never supply law enforcement with additional evidence in an effort to support a conviction.

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