White Rabbit sits down with Hunter Yost from Yost Law to discuss Cannabis and Law. Police officers are trained to tell if you’re lying. If you’re lying, they usually can tell. When you get pulled over, the police officer that pulled you over believes he has probable cause that you’re committing a crime. Once you’re pulled over, the police officer
also needs probable cause to search your vehicle. The smell of marijuana has
been deemed sufficient for probable cause. As soon as a police officer says
that he smells marijuana in your vehicle, you’re out of luck if he or she orchestrates a
search. In states that marijuana is medically legal, police officers still
have probable cause, even if you’re a patient in some cases. In states that
marijuana is recreationally legal, your chances of being arrested due to probable
cause go down ,but you could still suffer legal consequences.