As an addendum to the previous post, a driver stopped by police is not required to consent to a search when a police officer asks for the driver’s consent. If the driver does consent, he or she may have waived his Fourth Amendment rights, and objecting to any evidence seized during the search will be substantially more difficult. See, generally, this Wikipedia article on consent searches.
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