Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When can the police conduct a search without a warrant?

The police can search a person without obtaining a warrant if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the person has in their possession:

·         a dangerous weapon

·         illicit drugs

·         stolen, or unlawfully obtained property

·         an object to commit a crime, or cause harm to themselves, or to another person.


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