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Rights mean nothing if you don't know about them. Most searches and arrests in U.S. are possible because citizens waive (give up) their constitutional rights (not to consent to searches, and other rights). Three most important sentences that you may have to say during the police encounter are: Officer, I do not consent to any searches. Officer, am I free to go? Officer, I do not have anything to say until I speak with my lawyer.