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Criminal Law – Possession of Cocaine – Motion to Suppress Evidence – Reasonable Suspicion (access required)

Defendant was arrested after a pharmacy called police to report that two individuals were attempting to pick up a fraudulent prescription from the drive-through. In his motion to suppress, defendant argued that officers lacked reasonable suspicion to conduct an investigatory detention. While the details of the 911 caller’s description were slightly inaccurate, under the totality ...

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