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Criminal – Search & Seizure – Consent To Search – Suppression Upheld (access required)

Although the commonwealth argued that defendant had consented to be searched by the officer when defendant said nothing and opened his jacket when the officer asked if he could pat down defendant, the trial court properly rejected this as a basis for a consent search, and the order suppressing the drug evidence is affirmed. We cannot ...

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