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Differing Stories Prompt ‘Reasonable Suspicion’ (access required)

A police officer who stopped a car for speeding had reasonable suspicion of criminal activity when he determined between six and nine minutes after a stop for speeding that the driver and his passenger, whom he had separated, had conflicting stories about their travels; the 4th Circuit says the totality of the circumstances allowed the ...

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