Tag Archives: consent

“No” Will Mean “No” in North Carolina

Race and the Voluntariness of Consent

Whether “No” Means “No” in North Carolina

Posted on by

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

Posted on by

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

Posted on by

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

Posted on by

Can the Police Answer a Seized Cell Phone?

Scope of Consent to Search a Vehicle

Posted on by

Consent to Search under Threat of Search Warrant