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Criminal – Cocaine Seizure – Probable Cause – ‘Plain Feel’ Doctrine (access required)

Police did not have probable cause to go into defendant’s pocket after a pat down and seize his cocaine based on an officer having felt a plastic bag in defendant’s pocket, the Court of Appeals concludes. When the character of the item is not immediately apparent from the pat down search, and the officer does not ...

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