GU: Driver of a car has apparent authority to consent to search

The driver of a car presumptively has the apparent authority to consent to its search even though he didn’t own it. People v. Quintanilla, 2020 Guam LEXIS 8 (May 21, 2020).

Two new and unused meth pipes in defendant’s glove compartment was reasonable suspicion but not probable cause. State v. Sunderman, 304 Ore. App. 329 (May 20, 2020).*

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