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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Warrantless Vehicle Search – Post-Arrest – Carrying a Concealed Weapon – Evidence of Offense (access required)

State v. Mbacke Arresting officers had reason to believe they would find evidence of the offense for which they arrested defendant - carrying a concealed weapon - in the vehicle where the officers found him; therefore, the officers could conduct a warrantless search of the vehicle.

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