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When it comes to warrantless searches, DUI and criminal cases are different. In DUI cases, if they don’t have a warrant, there’s often implied consent, and if you refuse to consent to a breath or blood test, you’ll lose your license for a year and they’ll just get a search warrant anyway.
In criminal cases, never consent to a warrantless search; make them get a warrant. Don’t let them in your house, and don’t let them search your car. They may sound polite, but they know you don’t know any better, so they will just ask you to let them search. With respect to anything criminal, never ever consent to a search without a warrant, ever.