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Criminal Law: Traffic Stop-Expectation of Privacy

Where the district court granted a defendant’s motion to suppress evidence found inside a car during a traffic stop based on its finding that the defendant was detained without reasonable suspicion before an unlawful pretextual inventory search, the defendant was a passenger in the vehicle without a property or possessory interest, so he did not ...
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