Probable CauseIn order to be arrested for drunk driving, a police officer needs probable cause to pull you over. Watch this video by our Oklahoma DUI lawyer to learn more.
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Question:What should I do if the police want to search my car?
In Oklahoma, officers have a right to stop you. They have a right search your car only if there’s probable cause. Probable cause is something that’s interesting. It never seems to be as simple as you think it is. You have a right to refuse them to search your car; however, they can get a warrant. You’ll sit and wait for the warrant to come.If they have reasonable suspicion that you are in a drug-related event, they ask for the drug dog to come. All of the cases though need to be reviewed by an attorney. You should hire an attorney immediately if you ever have a situation where you believe there’s an illegal search or seizure. Also, you should always hire a lawyer when you have a criminal action.
Did you or a loved one get arrested for drunk driving in Oklahoma and have questions about probable cause arrests? Contact a Stillwater DUI lawyer at Murray Law Firm today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you. Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel