D.Vt.: False name during traffic stop is RS for longer detention

Officer’s reasonable belief driver gave false name is reasonable suspicion to continue a stop. United States v. Marsh, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 47995 (D.Vt. April 7, 2016).

Defendant challenged the search warrant because it included information that was allegedly obtained by an illegal search of his clothing. There was an independent basis for the search warrant without that information, so the motion to suppress is denied. Commonwealth v. Cassino, 2016 Mass. LEXIS 196 (April 8, 2016).

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