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Posted over 1 year ago.

Its funny you say that, yet he's been my boyfriend for 15 years..im having a hard time getting legal advice instead im getting relationship advice thats not needed. Thanks anyway.

Jacob Brian Smith
Jacob Brian Smith, Criminal Defense Attorney - Tacoma, WA
Posted over 1 year ago.

You are misunderstanding what I'm saying. I'm saying that 99% of the time, a judge is not going to say that an officer had "no cause for a search." What are the odds that your boyfriend that was already committing a crime is purely 100% innocent where there wasn't just "little cause" but NO CAUSE at all? Probable cause is a legal term of art and it is highly doubtful there was not probable cause here. You will understand what we are saying in the next few months I guess.

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Posted over 1 year ago.

The only crime he was commiting was DWB, hence the question I am asking, besides not turning his blinker on he was denied the seatch because my boyfriend was doing nothing wrong