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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Extended Traffic Stop – Reasonable Suspicion (access required)

Holding: We affirm our Court of Appeals’ decision (Based on his training in drug interdiction, a deputy had reasonable suspicion of criminal activity justifying the extension of a traffic stop when he observed that (1) defendant’s hands were shaking, his breathing was rapid, and he failed to make eye contact; (2) a strongly scented air ...

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