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On April 5, 1999 The United States Supreme Court ruled that police with probable cause to search a car for illegal drugs, may also search the personal belongings of passengers who are not suspected of illegal activity.


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3/29/2016
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On April 5, 1999 The United States Supreme Court ruled that police with probable cause to search a car for illegal drugs, may also search the personal belongings of passengers who are not suspected of illegal activity.
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