My question involves police conduct in the State of: Washington
I was in a driveway of family members. I was arrested for reasons that had no relation to driving. After my arrest, do the police have the right to go through my vehicle and search it?
When arrested, I was standing at my drivers door, which was open. I was standing between the drivers door and the drivers seat. They did not casually look in my vehicle, they sat in it and went through the consoles and glove box.
If there are additional qualifiers, I can answer, but let me know if this is legal for them to do or if it violates my 4th amendment since I did not consent.