Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Roadside Search – Contraband – Crotch AreaState v. Robinson Since the police detective had reason to believe defendant was concealing contraband in his crotch area, the detective did not violate defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights when the detective moved defendant to a shielded area and had him pull his pants away from his waist and pull his buttocks apart.
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Published: June 22, 2012
Time posted: 8:44 am
Tags: Contraband, Criminal Practice, Crotch Area, Roadside Search, search & seizure