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Is refusing to let the police search me an admission of guilt?

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No, it most certainly is not. In fact, I recommend that no one ever consents to a search of their person or property. If law enforcement has sufficient probable cause for your arrest, they will effectuate an arrest. It’s my advise not to give them additional evidence to support their theories of prosecution, so I never ever advise anyone to consent to a search of either their person or property.

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