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Officers had reasonable suspicion to search defendant (access required)

Where the police officer had a reasonable suspicion to stop a car after witnessing an apparent drug transaction, and where there was reasonable suspicion to search the defendant based on an odor of marijuana and the manner in which he answered the officer’s questions, the defendant’s motion to suppress evidence was denied. Background This matter comes before ...