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Criminal Practice — Search & Seizure – Traffic Stop – Warrantless Vehicle Search – Reasonable Suspicion (access required)

The unconflicted evidence introduced by the state at the hearing on defendant’s motion to suppress—that (1) the traffic stop occurred late at night (2) in a high-crime area, with (3) defendant appearing “very nervous” to the detaining officer to the point that it “[seemed] like his heart [was] beating out of his chest a little ...

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