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Cocaine Particles Not Linked to Passenger (access required)

Because the cocaine particles found in the driver’s seat of the vehicle defendant occupied could not be readily attributed to defendant, the police lacked probable cause to suspect defendant was not in possession of illegal contraband, and the Court of Appeals reverse the denial of defendant’s suppression motion and remands the case. Police made a lawful ...

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