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Attempted Flight Negates Seizure (access required)

Defendant is not entitled to suppress cocaine found as he was struggling with a police officer after fleeing, the Court of Appeals says; the totality of circumstances gave the officer reasonable suspicion to stop and defendant disregarded the officer’s authority in attempting to flee. One evening in January, a police officer encountered defendant in a high ...

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