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Search & Seizure – Drug Possession – Reasonable Suspicion (access required)

A defendant's conviction on a conditional guilty plea to drug possession is reversed because the circumstances preceding the investigator's attempt to frisk defendant did not create a reasonable suspicion that defendant was armed and dangerous. Nothing in the record indicates that the investigator knew that the search warrant she was helping to execute at defendant's residence ...

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