Laws of Arrest
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What are the two rationales that permit search-incident-to-arrest?
- 1.) The need to be sure the suspect is disarmed.
- 2.) The need to collect evidence of crime for use at trial.
When can an officer legally search an arestee's person and personal effects?
Anytime a person has been lawfully arrested.
Following a proper arrest, the police may search...
- Any object that could contain evidence and is in the area of the arrestee's immediate dominion and control.
- His backpack that is within the arrestee's immediate dominion and control.
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