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Traffic Offenses – Search & Seizure – Driving After HO Order – Traffic Checkpoint (access required)

An officer with prior experience at this traffic checkpoint, who had observed other persons turn into one of two nearby driveways to avoid the checkpoint, leading to discovery of those other drivers' traffic violations, had a reasonable suspicion to justify stopping defendant's vehicle after observing him turn into one of the nearby driveways. Two officers testified ...

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