Constitutional – Search & Seizure – DWI Stop – Due Process – Motorcycle SeizureNorthrup v. Albert Where defendant Deputy Goudelock had the impression that plaintiff was speeding, this was sufficient to warrant the deputy’s initial stop of plaintiff. In addition, Deputy Goudelock began to follow plaintiff (and only observed the alleged speeding) following what he believed to be plaintiff leaving the scene of an accident in which plaintiff was involved.
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Published: January 12, 2012
Time posted: 3:40 pm
Tags: Constitutional, Due Process, DWI Stop, Motorcycle Seizure, search & seizure