Can I be searched?
An officer may only conduct a search with either your consent or a search warrant. You have a right, however, to see the warrant before the search begins. See below for some special circumstances under which you may be searched without a warrant.
Attorney Stephen G. Cline has been a practicing San Diego criminal defense attorney for 20 years. His reputation and experience will be the key to the aggressive defense of your San Diego arrest. Call today at (619) 235-5638 to review your specific case!
Stephen grew up in Sacramento and pursued a degree from California State University at Sacramento. After graduation he worked in a group home caring for violent, suicidal and/or abused children. Though that and other personal experiences, Stephen brings unparalleled service to potentiality catastrophic situations. Learn more about Stephen and connect with him today!
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