Author Topic: UNAUTHORIZED SEARCH OF VEHICLE  (Read 55 times)


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« on: December 04, 2018, 08:40:35 PM »
I had a debate tonight regarding U.S. vs. Robinson 4th Circuit (West Virginia case?).  Please clarify this issue:  I reside in Oklahoma and possess a valid carry license.  Scenario:   I get stopped for simple speeding, I present valid DL, vehicle documentation, and my carry license and I tell the officer I have a firearm in the vehicle.  I am being told that under the U.S. vs. Robinson, the officer can search my vehicle without permission or authorization because of the fact that I could be "armed and dangerous".....see the quote from the article>>>>>>"Simply carrying a firearm, even lawfully, is enough to make you dangerous and subject to a police search and disarmament".   Is this true?  Can LE search my vehicle following an infraction if I present valid driving and firearm credentials?