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Is refusing to let the police search me an admission of guilt?

The answer is no, refusing to allow the police to search you is not an admission of guilt. However, if the officer has a lawful basis to search you, and you refuse to comply with that order, you could be charged with resisting without violence. Additionally, if you were to use force to resist that search, you could be charged with resisting with violence. It could also lead to a charge of battery on a law enforcement officer. 

Aggressive. Prepared. Tenacious.

These invaluable qualities are what distinguishes Jacob Noble from his peers, and what leaves many of his clients feeling satisfied with their case results. For more information about how he can help you, don't hesitate to contact Noble Law today at (561) 847-7095.