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Adam R. Banner OKLAHOMA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY AT LAW
 
 

An officer may search any area where a person does not have an “expectation of privacy.” When an individual is found to have an expectation of privacy, a police officer may search the person and his or her belongings in three broad situations: if the officer receives the individual’s consent, if the officer has secured a search warrant, or if the officer can show that certain circumstances exist to except the subject from the necessity of a search warrant.

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