Tag Archives: reasonable suspicion

May Teachers Search Students’ Cell Phones?

Recent North Carolina Case on Lack of Reasonable Suspicion to Make Vehicle Stop

An Officer’s Reasonable Mistake of Law and Recent Court of Appeals Ruling

Post-Rodriguez North Carolina Appellate Cases at a Glance

Court of Appeals Finds Extension of Traffic Stop Unsupported by Reasonable Suspicion

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Bad Driving Doesn’t Necessarily Violate Chapter 20

North Carolina Supreme Court Affirms Post-Rodriguez Court of Appeals Ruling in State v. Warren

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Frisking a Person for a Weapon When a State Allows Carrying a Concealed Weapon with a Permit

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Revisiting State v. Jackson, the Pedestrian Evasion Case

The DWI Year in Review, Part II