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Judges clash on race factors in traffic stop case (access required)


A case once cited as evidence of Mexican drug cartels fueling U.S. drug trafficking is now provoking conflicting views among appellate judges about racial factors involved in police traffic stops. Three federal appeals court judges split in analyzing the possibility ...

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Court to Rehear ‘Dangling Parking Pass’ Case (Published Order) (access required)

On Sept. 9, 2014, the Court of Appeals granted rehearing en banc in Mason v. Commonwealth, No. 1542-13-2. The court vacated its Aug. 5 split panel opinion [VLW 014-7-246] holding that observing a “dangling object” from a motorist’s rearview mirror ...

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