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Search & Seizure – Auto Search – Abandonment – Privacy Expectation (access required)

A defendant who parked his car near an apartment in a public housing complex, and who admitted to an officer that he did not have a driver’s license, did not abandon his reasonable expectation of privacy in the vehicle when he fled as the officer said he wanted to pat down defendant; the Court of ...

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