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Tag Archives: Reasonable Suspicion

Criminal Law: DWI-Consensual Encounter-Reasonable Suspicion

Where a defendant, who was convicted of misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, challenged the trial court’s refusal to suppress evidence and statements, the initial contact between the defendant and the arresting officer was consensual, which developed into a reasonable suspicion of ...

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Criminal Law: Traffic Stop Extension-Reasonable Suspicion-Vehicle Undercarriage

Where a defendant moved to suppress methamphetamine evidence seized from his vehicle’s undercarriage during a traffic stop, a combination of facts including confusion as to who owned the vehicle, the defendant and adult passenger’s supplying different names, an explanation that ...

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Criminal Law: Consensual Encounter-Reasonable Suspicion-Text Messages

Where a defendant challenged the denial of a motion to suppress evidence found after he was questioned about a domestic disturbance and then arrested after the officers saw that he was standing on a bag of methamphetamine, the encounter was ...

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