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When are the police legally allowed to search me?

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In certain instances law enforcement is legally allowed to search your person or your property. In the event that law enforcement has enough evidence to secure a search warrant, that would allow them to enter your residence for purposes of a search.

More oftentimes searches occur as a product of a traffic stop where law enforcement alleges some other criminal activity.

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