Tag Archives: consent

Whether “No” Means “No” in North Carolina

What Constitutes Valid Consent When One Co-Occupant Consents and the Other Co-Occupant Does Not?

May an Officer Assume a False Identity Online in Order to “Friend” a Suspect?

The Latest on McNeely and Implied Consent

United States Supreme Court Clarifies When Consent to Search by One Residential Occupant Is Valid When a Co-Occupant Has Previously Objected

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Can the Police Answer a Seized Cell Phone?

Scope of Consent to Search a Vehicle

Consent to Search under Threat of Search Warrant

Parents’ Consent to Search Childrens’ Rooms

Consent Searches and Outbuildings