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Traffic stop was not objectively reasonable (access required)

Where the police stopped appellant’s vehicle after he used his turn signal and changed lanes before an intersection, crossing a solid white line on the road in the process, the police lacked reasonable suspicion of criminal activity or a traffic violation. Crossing a single, solid white line is not prohibited by statute. Drug evidence found during ...