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Search & Seizure – Weapon Possession – Release On Summons (access required)

Assuming defendant’s arrest and search violated state law requiring release on a summons, police had probable cause to believe defendant committed the misdemeanor of possessing a concealed weapon, and the arrest and search did not violate the U.S. or Virginia Constitutions, and the Court of Appeals upholds denial of defendant’s motion to suppress. The evidence, properly ...

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