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2018-07-14 05:46:11 UTC  

!stop

2018-07-14 05:46:12 UTC  

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2018-07-14 05:50:51 UTC  
2018-07-14 05:51:47 UTC  

423 775 4448 @Son.av.Älgmannen

2018-07-14 05:55:40 UTC  

Lets raid that sheeit

2018-07-14 05:56:18 UTC  

Wow look at the nose on this guy

2018-07-14 05:56:38 UTC  

oy vey

2018-07-14 05:57:36 UTC  

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2018-07-14 05:57:41 UTC  
2018-07-14 06:04:44 UTC  

@here raid rabbi livestream

2018-07-14 06:05:55 UTC  

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2018-07-14 06:06:00 UTC  
2018-07-14 06:06:31 UTC  

‭+1 (903) 951-7551‬

2018-07-14 06:06:34 UTC  

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2018-07-14 06:08:31 UTC  

Fox

2018-07-14 06:08:39 UTC  

U muted me

2018-07-14 06:08:47 UTC  

Foxxxxxxx

2018-07-14 06:20:08 UTC  

Peñus

2018-07-14 06:40:41 UTC  

tsj

2018-07-14 06:40:42 UTC  

tsk

2018-07-14 06:45:21 UTC  

1.2. Consent to a vehicle search
Even if the police or other law enforcement don't have a warrant to search your vehicle—they may still search it legally, and use anything they find as evidence against you, if you consent to the search.18

2018-07-14 06:45:54 UTC  

1.3. “Probable cause” to search a car in California (the “vehicle exception”)
Cars, trucks, and other vehicles are special in that (unlike houses, computer hard drives, etc.) they may be searched without either a warrant or consent—as long as the officer has “probable cause” to believe there is evidence of a crime in the vehicle.21

This is known as the “vehicle exception” to the general rule that searches require a warrant.

There are two reasons why vehicles are treated differently in this regard:

First, because they can be moved so quickly—and so by the time an officer obtains a warrant to search a car, the person who owns the car may already have had a chance to move it out of the jurisdiction.
Second, because they are heavily regulated through the vehicle licensing process—and so there is a reduced expectation of privacy in a car compared to, say, a home.22
But what does “probable cause” mean? Put simply, it means that police may legally search a car if they know of facts that would justify the issuance of a warrant to search the car.23

“Probable cause” for purposes of searching a vehicle can consist of:

Reliable information (such as that obtained from eyewitnesses, undercover informants, etc.) that the vehicle contains evidence or contraband;
Facts or circumstances personally observed by an officer at the time s/he observes the vehicle (for example, when the officer catches sight of a weapon or drugs in plain view inside the car); or
Suspicious actions by the driver or passengers of the car—such as evading the officer, or “furtive gestures” indicating that they are trying to hide something.24

2018-07-14 06:47:34 UTC  

Scope of a California vehicle search under the "vehicle exception"

If law enforcement has probable cause to search your car, truck, or other vehicle, they are allowed to search the entire vehicle—including:

The glove compartment,
The trunk, and
Any closed containers inside the car (such as bags, boxes, or suitcases).28

2018-07-14 07:19:16 UTC  

This is a video to watch and understand

2018-07-14 07:40:35 UTC  

Lol

2018-07-14 07:40:46 UTC  

Fox picked up

2018-07-14 07:41:09 UTC  

I asked what happened to our website

*he hangs up*

2018-07-14 07:41:31 UTC  

Seems he's not gonna say anything about that.

2018-07-14 07:41:35 UTC  

Nope

2018-07-14 07:46:29 UTC  

I think all that stuff about cannabis lowering IQ is fake news/fake studies

2018-07-14 07:52:42 UTC  

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2018-07-14 07:53:18 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/463848221731717142/467599458943893504/Frankcuck.jpg

2018-07-14 08:20:40 UTC  

@gambler joe can you repost that video

2018-07-14 08:20:43 UTC  

I accidentally purged it

2018-07-14 08:25:21 UTC  

I want this

2018-07-14 08:25:29 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/463848221731717142/467607558748635143/s-l1600.png