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Can officers search for drugs during a traffic stop?

As a South Dakota driver, you know that traffic stops are not all that uncommon. Whether you get "busted" for a broken tail light, speeding, failing to signal when you change lanes, or some other relatively minor traffic offense, things can get out of hand rather quickly if the officer who pulls you over then finds drugs in your car. But does (s)he have the right to search for drugs in the first place?

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