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According to SCOTUS's decision in Whren v. U.S, concerning the use of a pretext stop in a drug search: ​

A)pretext arrests violate the Fourth Amendment.
B)courts should use a "balancing" test to decide the constitutionality of auto stops.
C)a search incident to a lawful arrest for a traffic violation is a reasonable Fourth Amendment search.
D)pretext stops and the searches incident to them should be kept at a minimum.

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