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10/11/2016
Federal Appeals Court Makes Looking Fast A Crime
US Court of Appeals upholds traffic stop where a police officer said the car looked like it was traveling at a high rate of speed.
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7/26/2016
New Jersey Supreme Court Allows High Beams On Empty Roads
High court in New Jersey finds it unreasonable for police to pull over motorists for using high beams when there is no oncoming traffic.
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4/14/2016
Illinois Supreme Court: Avoiding A Roadblock Is Suspicious
Illinois Supreme Court declares a legal maneuver to avoid a late-night roadblock suspicious.
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3/8/2016
Air Force Officer Challenges Suspicionless Roadblocks
Combat veteran asks US Supreme Court to stop arbitrary detention of motorists at immigration roadblocks.
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1/19/2016
Oregon Cop Fined $181,170 For Kicking Motorcyclist
Jury finds Oregon police captain liable for $181,170 in damages for delivering karate kick to motorcyclist during a traffic stop.
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9/16/2015
Civil Rights Groups Ask Supreme Court To Rethink Border Roadblocks
National Lawyers Guild and Texas Civil Rights Project file amicus brief urging US Supreme Court to rein in suspicionless roadblocks.
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7/24/2015
Indiana: Federal Court Denies Motorist Right To Stop In Safe Location
Federal judge rules that waiting to pull over in a safe, well-lit location is equivalent to resisting arrest.
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