Tag Archives: probable cause

HGN, the Rules of Evidence and Suppression Hearings

No Probable Cause to Search Vehicle Occupant Based Solely on Generalized Odor of Marijuana Emanating From Vehicle

The Statutory “Four Corners” Rule When Determining Probable Cause for a Search Warrant

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N.C. Court of Appeals Rules That Affidavit For Search Warrant to Search Residence Failed to Link Residence to Drug Activity That Had Occurred Elsewhere

Search Warrants for Suicide Scenes

The DWI Year in Review, Part II

Nystagmus in the Courts

Private Citizens Initiating Criminal Charges

Heavy Traffic to a Residence and Probable Cause

Searching a Person Based on the Smell of Marijuana