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Criminal Practice – Officers lacked reasonable suspicion to stop defendant (access required)

Where the drug defendant’s conduct coupled with information provided by an informant was insufficient to elevate the officers’ hunch to a reasonable suspicion that he was engaged in drug trafficking, the defendant’s motion to suppress should have been granted. Background Tremayne Drakeford was arrested and charged with possession and distribution of controlled substances after police apprehended him ...

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