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No suppression motion, no appeal for plain error (access required)

  Good things don’t always come to those who wait. Take, for instance, the matter of State v. Juan Miller, which centers on a defendant who waited until his case was at the North Carolina Court of Appeals to argue that a Greensboro police officer violated his Fourth Amendment rights during a traffic stop. Miller’s move—whether mistake ...

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