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Court Cases and Opinions about Random Checkpoints (Page 2 of 20)

4/21/2014
Nevada: Cars Stopped For a Pebble In the Windshield
A pebble in the windshield justifies the search of a car according to a new Nevada Supreme Court ruling.
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4/16/2014
Kansas Supreme Court: No Search Over Spilled Beer
Unanimous high court ruling in Kansas overturns decision finding a police search is justified if a car smells of alcohol.
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4/2/2014
Indiana: Officer Testimony Overrules Video Evidence
Indiana Supreme Court rules that appellate judges may not overrule a trial judge by watching video evidence of a traffic stop.
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3/28/2014
Illinois Supreme Court: Cop Cannot Pull Over A Man Looking For A Woman
Top court in Illinois rules that police must have a valid reason for stopping a motorist before asking for identification.
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3/21/2014
Indiana Court Rules Against Searching Motorists Who Leave Their Car
Looking at a tail light during a traffic stop does not justify a pat down, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled.
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3/11/2014
Georgia Court Reminds Cops To Remember The Pretext
Court of Appeals in Georgia throws out traffic stop where the reason for the infraction is dealt with within 5 seconds.
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2/21/2014
North Carolina Appeals Court Upholds Traffic Stop Without An Offense
North Carolina court adopts for the first time the right of police to pull over a car by claiming concern.
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