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Plain Smell and Altered Speech (access required)

Defendant is not entitled to suppress phencyclidine (PCP) discovered in arresting him for possession and public intoxication, the Court of Appeals says; the arresting officer had probable cause not only from smelling PCP, he recognized defendant and the man with from previous encounters and observed defendant’s mumbling and very slurred speech differed from prior occasions. One ...

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