Tag Archives: reasonable suspicion

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

Keeping It between the Lines

When Reasonable Suspicion Is Dispelled

United States Supreme Court Rules that Reasonable Suspicion May Be Based on Reasonable Mistakes of Law

Warrantless Stops 101 — Was the Stop Supported by Reasonable Suspicion?

State v. Jackson and Pedestrian Evasion

Slow Driving