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    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    It may vary by state, but a warrant is needed for a car search as well, unless you consent without one.
    In assachusetts we have "Reasonable cause/suspicion" Blood dripping from the trunk of your car at a red light might give the cop behind you reason to pull you over and ask some questions.
    You can run... but you'll just die tired. 3%

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    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    It may vary by state, but a warrant is needed for a car search as well, unless you consent without one.


    no longer.. In understand a US Supreme Court decision in the past year or so has determined that one's vehicle is an "extension" of his home, and therefor a search warrant or immediate probable cause is necessary for LEO to search your vehicle...

    they also made it clear, if memory serves, that something visible from the outside CAN be grounds for a search. So, if you have any weapon aboard, make certain it is not visible, nor any signs of it being present. Of course, if you ARE carrying something illegal, and they see or smell it, they can cite that as probable cause.

    Unless they have probable cause or a warrant, or you are dumb enough to give them permission, they can NOT search.. and that is nationwide. Any cop telling you otherwise is either lying or deceived. Or up to something. NEVER give them permission to search. And if they claim probable cause, press them for details, ask for the legal code that supposedly violates, press the matter. Even if they THINK they see something and "ask" or even pressure you, deny them the permission to search. Even if they say "we want to help you"...... they're lying. It is their JOB to get you out of the car, them into it, and you downtown with the bracelets on.

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    You carry a gun to defend your life. IMO you get the gun that works the best (for you) in that capacity. I f you ever actually use it in self defense getting it taken away will be the least of your concerns .

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  5. #14
    This is taken straight from the Ohio CCW Book and when I find the ORC concerning this I will post as well (its 12:07am and I have to be up in 6 hours).

    If the CCW licensee surrenders the firearm, then the following applies:
    • If the firearm is not returned at the completion of the stop, the
    law enforcement officer is required to return the firearm in “ the
    condition it was in when it was seized.”
    • If a court orders the firearm’s return and the firearm has not been
    returned to the licensee, the CCW licensee can claim reasonable
    costs and attorney fees for the loss and the cost of claiming the
    firearm.

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