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Consent to search, includes Drug K-9 search of Vehicle in Arizona
 
                Your Rights in Vehicle Searches by Police

Arizona Court Of Appeals Upholds K-9 Search of Vehicle; Police Not Required To Advise That Drug K-9 Will Be Used With Voluntary Consent

People sometimes mistakenly believe that if they give police their consent to search, that somehow police or the courts will grant them favor.   

But that could not be further from the truth.  

When you consent to a search you have less protection in court than you would if you had not consented, in the event that evidence is found, whether you knew it was there or not. 

Your case will be jeopardized and your consent will always be used against you.  

By consenting to a search a person in essence gives up their 4th Amendment right to unlawful search and seizures, and 5th Amendment right for protection against providing incriminating evidence to be used against them.  

In a recent Arizona Court of Appeals case, the court held that when a person gives their consent to search their vehicle, a drug K-9 search was within the scope of the search.  

In this article we take a closer look at the issues, and provide answers to important questions relating to police searches of vehicle involving consent.    

                         *The Case and Appeals Court Ruling*

The court held that drug K-9 searches fall within the scope of a person’s voluntary consent to search their vehicle.

The impact of this ruling on Arizona drivers is that if a suspect voluntarily agrees to have their vehicle searched by law enforcement officers, the police may include a drug K-9 search for drug contraband.  

The officer is not required to tell the driver that they will be subject to a drug K-9 search. This aspect of the search does not need to be explicitly stated on the consent-to-search form.

The consent-to-search form the driver signed was central to this ruling.  With it, she consented to the following terms:

• She could refuse to have her vehicle searched;
• She could withdraw her consent to search at any time;
• Evidence found during the search could be used against her in court;
• The consent did not include property of other passengers in the vehicle.

After signing the consent, the officer brought out the Drug K-9 to search exterior and interior.  Illegal drugs were found in the driver’s purse after the dog provided a positive alert targeted at her purse on the driver’s seat. 

The suspect confirmed that the purse with the illegal drugs inside belonged to her.

The defendant filed a motion to suppress the evidence. She argued that seizing the drugs was a Fourth Amendment violation because the K-9 search was outside the scope of her consent.

The trial court found that she freely consented to the search;  and the search fell within the boundary of consent. After hearing the evidence, the jury found her guilty of the drug charges, and she was convicted.
The defendant Appealed the conviction. She argued that a warrantless search without consent or probable cause was in violation of her Fourth Amendment rights.

The state did not argue that the officer had probable cause to search. Therefore, the only issue for the Appeals Court was the scope of her consent which was central to the evidence suppression hearing.
The Appellate court noted that the trial court’s determination of whether the consent to a search is valid involved two questions:

(1) Was consent voluntarily given?
(2) Was the search within the scope of the consent given?

The defendant admitted her consent was voluntary.   However, she argued, that the search wasn’t within the scope of the consent her consent because she did not agree to a police drug K-9 investigation of her vehicle.

The Appeals court reasoned that when a general consent is given, it is “unqualified’ subject only to “reasonableness” citing United States v. McWeeney (9th Circuit 2006).

The court explained that the defendant remained free to withdraw or narrow the scope of consent at any time during that search, even though she initially consented to it.

Thus, she could have stopped the search and withdrawn her consent at any time, including at that point where she saw that a K-9 was present.

The Court outlined the reasonableness standard for determining the scope of consent.  They explained that the courts will consider what a typical, reasonable person would understand regarding the consent they provided.

The defendant argued that there was no explicit question about whether she agreed to the dog searching her car; and a reasonable person wouldn’t believe a K-9 investigation was included.

The court did not accept this contention.  Instead they reasoned that police K-9 searches were “common knowledge” citing precedents dating back from 1893 to current cases.

They explained that a reasonable person would know that K-9 searches are commonly used in law enforcement, especially for use in detecting drug contraband.

The Justices explained that trial courts must consider the “totality of the circumstances” involved with the exchange between an officer and a suspect to determine if the search was within the scope of the suspect’s voluntary consent.

The Arizona Court of Appeals concluded that the search was not in violation of the suspect’s 4th Amendment rights, and affirmed the felony drug convictions.

See Q & A on the Article for more information on your rights following police request to search your vehicle.   

https://blog.arizonacriminaldefenselawyer.com/2016/02/consent-search-vehicle-serves-consent-drug-k-9-search.html

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Grieving Father forced to Litigate for Fair Settlement 

+David Slepkow +Slepkow Slepkow & Associates Inc: Slepkow David S provides an in-depth curation and article on #InsuranceLawHelp Blog. 
He explains the benefits under the policy that were due to the grieving father whose son was killed in an auto accident.  The father was forced to litigate after the insurance company offered to pay an unfair sum, which included unreasonable restrictions. 

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Shame on Geico! I’ll say it again. Shame on Geico Indemnity Company!  Their conduct in the case of Richard Foote v. Geico Indemnity Company  shows, at best, a real lack of common sense and basic human dignity and at worst their conduct is malicious, arrogant and heavy handed.

One of the reasons I helped start this blog was to expose the greedy, malicious and heavy handed tactics of many big insurance companies who act in bad faith. These companies are not good corporate citizens, don’t care about the communities they operate in and certainly don’t care about justice. These types of companies are often two faced, hypocritical corporate entities that present themselves to the public with friendly lizards, comfortable cartoon characters and catchy slogans to sell their insurance products.

But the real world of big insurance is a ‘litigation culture’ in which insurance companies delay, deny, confuse, defend, and litigate rather than pay legitimate car accident, homeowners and motor vehicle accident claims. It is a corporate culture which does not care about injured victims or the rights of its insured.  Insurance companies are emboldened to their stockholders and emphasize corporate greed and profits over compensating injured victims in legitimate claims.

In the case of RICHARD A. FOOTE, V. GEICO INDEMNITY COMPANY a young man was tragically killed in a Rhode Island car accident when a reckless driver ran a red light and killed him. Sadly the man who died only had $25,000 of underinsured motorist protection. The negligent, at fault driver had a $100,000 liability policy. The man’s underinsured motorist carrier, Geico, refused to unconditionally pony up the paltry sum of $25000. (they also wanted a setoff of $2500 for med pay payments)

“In May 2010, Colin Foote died as a result of injuries sustained when a car struck his motorcycle.” Id.  The tortfeasor, Laura Reale, subsequently pled guilty to a felony charge of driving to endanger with death resulting.” Id.  The tortfeasor had an automobile liability policy with $1000,000 of liability coverage.

The grieving father of the decedent asserted that the negligent and reckless motorist who killed his son in the RI auto crash did not have enough insurance to properly compensate the family for their family’s loss! Id.

The family of the man killed in the fatal RI accident pursued a wrongful death underinsured motorist claim pursuant to R.I. Gen. Laws § 27-7-2.1(g) against the decedant’s own underinsured motorist insurance carrier. “The Policy also provides uninsured/underinsured motorist (―UM‖) coverage of $25,000 limit per person and $50,000 per occurrence.” Id. http://www.ripersonalinjurylaw.com/key-provisions-ri-wrongful-death-law/ 

Geico offered to pay the $25,000 to the grieving family with numerous stipulations which effectively gutted the offer and made it relatively meaningless. Geico was seeking reimbursement (subrogation) of its 25k payment in the event of a settlement or judgment against the tortfeasor.  According to the plaintiff,  GEICO was requesting “ to receive the first $25,000 of any recovery, assigns all rights to GEICO, requires all monies recovered to be paid directly to GEICO, and further deducts GEICO litigation expenses.” Id.

To add insult to injury, Geico was demanding a setoff of its $2500 med pay payment. In other words, Geico wanted to pay $22,500 rather than the measly $25,000!

http://www.courts.ri.gov/Courts/SuperiorCourt/DecisionsOrders/decisions/11-0040.pdf  RICHARD A. FOOTE, as Administrator of the Estate of Colin B. Foote, on behalf of the Estate and on behalf of a class of similarly situated persons V. GEICO INDEMNITY COMPANY

MEMO TO GEICO and their empty suit insurance defense personal injury lawyers: PAY THE MEASLY 25K UNCONDITIONALLY AND WITHOUT RESERVING RIGHTS AND GET LOST!

Do what is right, just and fair and makes sense and stop litigating against this grieving family. At the end of the day, this family at maximum can only recover $125,000 for this terrible loss of a young man’s life. This inadequate sum cannot properly compensate this family for its loss and now the family is forced into litigation to relive this terrible tragedy. On some level, the legalities become irrelevant and doing what is just and fair should take center stage for a moment. This was such a moment. Thankfully, the plaintiff’s retained good Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorneys, who are fighting the good fight, and holding GEICO accountable for its greed.

Dear Geico Indemnity Company, let me dumb this down for you, forget about your legal rights, filling 12b6 and 12b -whatever – motions, just for a few minutes step away from the  litigation process. AT THE END OF THE DAY, A young man died in a tragic car wreck who had underinsured motorist coverage in the amount of 25k and the motorist who caused the RI Auto crash did not have enough insurance to cover the loss.

WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? PAY THE 25k AND GET LOST! Pay the money and run for the hills

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MEMO TO GEICO and their empty suit insurance defense personal injury lawyers: PAY THE MEASLY 25K UNCONDITIONALLY AND WITHOUT RESERVING RIGHTS AND GET LOST!
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What You Need to Know about Conspiracy to Commit Drug Charges through Wireless Communications

How to respond if Police ask to Search your Cell Phone in Arizona
 
The most common means of Conspiracy to commit drug charges is by cell phone, and electronic communications.  
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The Law Office of James E. Novak is a dedicated criminal defense law firm serving the residents and visitors of Arizona's East Valley. Owner James E. Novak is a former Maricopa County prosecutor and has a deep insight into the state's criminal justice system. He works hard to defend the rights and futures of his clients who face DUI, felony or other misdemeanor charges. 

Contact the law firm today to learn more about your legal options during a free initial consultation, one on one with James Novak. Serving Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Phoenix and the East Valley AZ. Whether you are facing your first time arrest or are facing serious charges as a repeat offender, our team is prepared to fight to protect your future.

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James Novak is, without a doubt, a go-to DUI and criminal defense attorney. Over the last few years we have had the privilege of connecting with James Novak and The Law Office of James E. Novak. James’ unwavering dedication to his practice is evident in the materials he shares with his colleagues on a daily basis. He positively benefits clients and the legal community with his knowledge and experience, and we have personally benefited from his presence. His recent first place in The Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog Contest is one small example of his devotion to his practice, the legal community and his clients. The entire staff at Reiter & Walsh, P.C. highly recommends James Novak to any prospective client in need of an Arizona criminal defense or DUI attorney.
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James Novak is a very well respected Big NameTempe Arizona Criminal Law Lawyer who is well known and admired among the criminal defense lawyer bar on a national stage. He is a zealous advocate fighting for the rights of his client to get them the justice that they deserve. James has written hundreds of articles concerning criminal law which he has published across the internet. The most important trait that James Novak possesses is his caring attitude as well as his expertise about the complexities of Arizona Criminal Law.
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It is a true honor to write a review of the services offered at The Law Office of James E. Novak. If you're seeking a criminal defense or DUI attorney in Maricopa County, AZ, your search should be over as you've found the right attorney for the job. Mr. Novak is a former prosecutor and therefore has the benefit of knowing his adversary's argument before it is even made. Therefore, he is imminently prepared to counter that argument with zealous representation and advocacy to protect his client's constitutional rights. If a family member or loved one found themselves in legal trouble in AZ, Mr. Novak would be the first person I would call. I can think of no higher praise to bestow upon a fellow attorney.
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9 months ago
James Novak is an outstanding attorney. I cannot believe you would find someone better for criminal defense or DUI defense. He is a tough litigator with hundreds of jury trials under his belt. As a former prosecutor, he also knows how the other side thinks and works. If you want your best chance at a dismissal, I highly recommend hiring Mr. Novak.
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This is a great lawyer if you get criminal charges against you. When making a decision that will effect the next decade of your life as well as your record, knowing that you made the best choice in a lawyer is important. Attorney James Novak is the right choice. Great lawyer both in front of a jury and feared by the prosecutors office. Lawyers with the best track record get the best deals and end up with the most verdicts in favor of their client. 5 Star Person & Lawyer! Keep up the great work James and Thanks!
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I am familiar with Arizona criminal defense & DUI attorney James Novak through frequent online interactions in lawyer communities. I have found that he is committed to the success of each and every client he serves. He is highly experienced with a proven track record of success. I highly recommend the Law Office of James Novak to anyone seeking professional legal representation in Tempe and surrounding communities against charges of DUI, drug crimes, theft crimes, domestic violence, or any other criminal offense.
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Mesa and Tempe AZ are very lucky to have this gem of a lawyer helping those accused of crimes. Mr. Novak is an exceptional advocate, in every sense of the word. His knowledge of all of the laws and defenses is very evident. Plus, he has extensive jury trial experience, from his years of working as a prosecutor. And his concern for others, including his clients, is also exemplary. If you need a criminal defense lawyer who will do the job right, then you need to contact Mr. Novak.
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Law Office of James E. Novak; James Novak is a former Prosecutor and is a respected member of the Bar. He is nationally known for his books on DUI Defense, and determination to battle for his clients. James is active in the Bar, and manages several legal networks on G+ where attorneys share information, and discuss topics of interest to lawyers. James is easy to work with, and he will work hard for you. I highly recommend him to you. It is a pleasure to know him, and he serves the people of Arizona well.
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John B. Fabriele, III, is an excellent attorney and well respected by his peers in the legal community. He is professional, experienced, highly skilled, and dedicated to defending the rights of the accused. He has spent his entire career defending criminal and DUI charges, and assures that the rights of the accused are preserved and protected. He is proactive and will provides highly effective legal representation. He works hard to obtain the best possible results and favorable outcomes for his clients. I highly recommend DUI and Criminal Defense Attorney John B. Fabriele, III, LLC, to those arrested or facing criminal charges in New Jersey. He provides proven results.
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