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Search & Seizure – Hand Into Pocket – No Reasonable Suspicion (access required)

Although police observed defendant and another person in a hand-to-hand transaction on the street, the officer's subsequent observation of defendant attempting to put his hand in his pocket during his initial consensual encounter with police did not provide a reasonable basis to search defendant's pocket, and the trial court's denial of defendant's motion to suppress ...

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