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No Stop for ‘Dangling’ Parking Pass (access required)

Observing a “dangling object” from a motorist’s rearview mirror did not give an officer a reasonable and articulable suspicion to stop the vehicle in which defendant was riding, and the Court of Appeals reverses defendant’s drug conviction and remands the case. There was nothing about the driver’s driving that made the officer believe his view was ...

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