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Search & Seizure – Seizure – Consent To Search (access required)

A trial court was entitled to credit a police officer’s account that defendant consented to a search when he “kind of raised his hands” when asked if he had any contraband, as if to say “you can search me if you want,” and the Court of Appeals says there was no error in admission of ...

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