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Court Cases and Opinions about Random Checkpoints (Page 2 of 19)

1/3/2014
Ohio Court Rejects Police Searching Wallet Of Driver With Cracked Windshield
Court of Appeals in Ohio rejects search of an automobile passenger wallet during a traffic stop.
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1/2/2014
Ninth Circuit Rules Innocent Driving Is Suspicious
An innocent, noncriminal act of driving is deemed suspicious by Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling.
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12/30/2013
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Turn Signal Search
Highest court in Pennsylvania overturns search and impound of an automobile over a turn signal and license violation.
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12/23/2013
Pennsylvania: Innocent Cab Drivers Sue Over ICE Sting
US citizen cab drivers sue federal immigration agents over being held for hours as part of a sting operation.
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12/19/2013
Federal Judge Backs Cell Phone Search In Traffic Stop
US District Court for Oklahoma backs the cell phone search of a driver pulled over for a flapping license plate.
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12/16/2013
North Carolina: Cops May Not Grab Driver Looking For Safe Place To Stop
Federal judge rules looking for a safe place to pull over at midnight does not justify police pulling a passenger out of a vehicle.
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12/5/2013
Georgia Court Invalidates Search Over A Misplaced License Decal
The full Georgia Court of Appeals rejects the search of a vehicle over a license plate decal on the wrong side of the plate.
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