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Officer lacked reasonable suspicion to prolong stop (access required)

Where an officer testified that he prolonged a traffic stop because the driver was slow to pull over and excessively nervous while driving in a drug corridor, but video evidence did not support his testimony, and traveling on a known drug corridor is not itself probative of criminal behavior, the defendant’s motion to suppress firearms ...