Tag Archives: fourth amendment

Supreme Court of North Carolina: Officer Did Not Improperly Extend a Traffic Stop by Frisking a Driver and Ordering the Driver into a Patrol Car

New Book on Traffic Stops and Offenses

New Cases Hold that Using a Stingray Is a Search

Update on Drones

State v. Huddy and the Community Caretaking Exception

Immigration Detainers

The Independent Source Exception to the Exclusionary Rule under the United States Constitution

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The Inevitable Discovery Exception to the Exclusionary Rule under the United States Constitution

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Hot Pursuit of a Suspect Within and Outside North Carolina

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When Does a Seizure Occur When an Officer’s Vehicle Displays Emergency Lights That Directs a Vehicle to Stop?