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Search & Seizure – Traffic Stop – Point Of Seizure (access required)

Police had reasonable suspicion to stop defendant after initially observing him parked at 2:00 a.m. in the parking lot of a shopping center that center that had been burglarized six times in the past year, and the Court of Appeals is free to reevaluate on appeal when the seizure occurred. On brief, the commonwealth argues for ...

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