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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Traffic Stop – Pacing – Drug Transaction  (access required)

Defendant contends that police did not have reasonable suspicion to stop his vehicle based on the trial court’s finding that a detective “was directly behind [defendant’s] Lexus and was able to observe the vehicle’s speed. Maintaining a constant distance behind the Lexus, he paced the Lexus at 62 mph in a 55 mph zone.” However, ...

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