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Can a Police Officer Search My Car Without My Consent?
Can a Police Officer Search My Car Without My Consent?

Some people might not know the 4 th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects U.S. citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures. This Amendment prevents law enforcement from barging into anyone’s home they see fit. Instead, police officers must get a warrant from a ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Murder vs. Manslaughter: What's the Difference?

    When someone commits an unlawful killing, it can, legally speaking, be classified as either murder or manslaughter. The nature of the crime, how it ...

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  • What is Entrapment?

    There is a fine line between providing someone with the opportunity to commit a crime and coercing them into action. When a person is coerced into ...

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  • Hazing Laws on Campus

    Hazing may start off as good-natured teasing or pranks, but this right-of-passage can be a dangerous practice. For this reason, Virginia state law has ...

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  • Relief from Sex Offender Registration

    If you have been convicted of a sex crime , you may have been ordered to register the Virginia state sex offender registry. Registration can have ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between Constructive Possession & Actual Possession?

    What Is Actual Possession? Actual possession charges occur if you are found by police and appear to have direct, physical control over drugs or other ...

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  • Boating Under the Influence: What Are the Consequences?

    Virginia state officials are cracking down on intoxicated boaters by lawfully allowing officers to treat boat drivers just as they would treat drunk ...

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  • How Can a Criminal Charge Impact My Driving Privileges?

    Violating Virginia state laws can have plenty of legal consequences, but in light of some of the more serious penalties, some defendants fail to ...

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  • Defense Against Date Rape Charges: Everything You Need to Know

    According to the Code of Virginia, rape is defined as a sexual act done against a person’s will, by force, threat, intimidation, or by way of the ...

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  • Can Silence or Refusal in a DUI Case Be Used Against Me?

    Whenever you are pulled over by an officer under suspicion of DUI , it is important to remember that everything the officer asks you is with the ...

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