The Pennsylvania state Supreme Court has ruled police officers no longer need a warrant to search a citizen’s vehicle.

Under prior law, an officer who smells marijuana inside a car, for example, could only search the car with the driver’s consent — or if illegal substances were in plain view.

Now, based on the opinion, it only takes reasonable probable cause for an officer to go ahead with a search without a warrant.

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