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Search & Seizure – Traffic Stop – Body Cavity Search (access required)

Where a police officer claimed he initially stopped defendant's vehicle on the George Washington Memorial Parkway because of defendant's cracked windshield, but he arrested defendant after he smelled marijuana and defendant admitted he smoked marijuana earlier in the day, the officer violated defendant's Fourth Amendment rights by conducting a body cavity search by the ...

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