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Lying and Furtive Movements Allow Seizure (access required)

Defendant’s lie about his pockets and furtive movements during a consensual search gave the police reasonable suspicion for the seizure that resulted in his conviction for possessing cocaine with intent to distribute, the Court of Appeals says. Defendant and two other individuals were in an area police were assigned to patrol because of past and current ...

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