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‘Lunchtime’ Roadblock Upheld for HO (access required)

Although police officers were not told a specific time to operate a traffic checkpoint, but to conduct it at “lunchtime,” the “lunchtime” designation and absence of a maximum duration did not give the officers unbridled discretion that violated the Fourth Amendment, and the Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction of driving as a habitual offender. Defendant’s ...

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