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1st definition of probable cause (to search)
In Carroll v. United States the court said that " probable cause exists when 'the facts and circumstances within [the officers'] knowledge and of which they had reasonable caution in the belief that[seizable property would be found in a particular place, or on a particular person.]'
probable cause (to arrest) exists where ....
exists where 'facts and circumstances within the knowledge of the officers and of which they have reasonably trustworthy information would warrant a prudent and cautious person to believe that the arrestee did commit or is committing the feloniuos offense.'
probable cause is based upon an objective standard which is...
the basis of facts known or reasonably believed by him, an ordinarily prudent and cautious officer would have probable cause to arrest or search
The senses an officer may obtain information through:
sight,hearing,smell,touch, and taste..also perception based upon experience
all warrantless searches and all warrantless arrests must have...
probable cause.
real or phyical evidence
self explainitory