Q: Can the police search someone’s vehicle without a warrant in Texas?
A: Was the driver was arrested? She he or she consent to the search?
A: Possibly, depending on the circumstances. Talk with an attorney.
A: Yes, the search is legal if the officer makes search incident to arrest or if there is reasonable suspicion to believe contraband will be found or contraband is in visible or base on odor.
A: Yes, if search is incident to arrest or based on reasonable suspicion that contraband will be found or contraband in visible or based on odor.
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