This happened about a year and a half ago...I was asleep when there was a knock on the door, Illinois State Police and some sort of DEA task force fellow with a dog. "We need to search" the State cop says and ordered me outside to wait. They looked under the bed, in the closets, even in my fridge and microwave and behind the TV, in my toolbox....nothing found and they said I was OK. Then they did the same to the guy next to me and then the guy behind me. Well the same thing just happened again in a different state, Texas this time, except I asked what if I did not want them to search without a warrant or at least a reason. The cop said that not letting him search is the same as admitting that I'm guilty of "something" and if I did not let him proceed he would hold me there and not allow me to go to work for 10 hours, so I consented, then my wife and I were ordered outside to wait by a pole while he did his search,... and found nothing. Did I give up my constitutional rights because of my occupation? I work in the most regulated industry in the nation, we are OTR truck drivers and these things happened on the truck. We live in in this truck over 300 days a year and it's more my house than my house is.... I guess the question is, Is this legal and do we have to put up with it, and if not, what should I do about it?