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My son went to fireworks last night. He had bear spray that

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My son went to fireworks last night. He had bear spray that for protection on a mountain in his bag. He forgot to leave it at home before he went to fireworks. A undercover police random searched him without any reason and got it, and arrested my son, and threatened him. Is the police legal action?
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No. The police have no right to randomly search a person,and doing so can result in evidence being excluded as a violation of his Charter of Rights and Freedoms privileges. If he was threatened, that is also a violation of his rights which could result in evidence being excluded, and if it was a threat of physical violence could be a criminal charge against the officer.
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