AZ: Overnight guest’s cell phone in house retained REP

An overnight guest who left her cell phone at her host’s place did not lose her reasonable expectation of privacy in the phone. State v. Peoples, 2016 Ariz. LEXIS 228 (Sept. 12, 2016).

After a stop for a traffic offense, a request for a field sobriety test must be based on reasonable suspicion for that. State v. Hall, 2016-Ohio-5787, 2016 Ohio App. LEXIS 3664 (5th Dist. Sept. 12, 2016).*

The record supported the state’s claim that defendant consented to answering questions and was not stopped by the officer. State v. Richardson, 2016-Ohio-5801, 2016 Ohio App. LEXIS 3674 (10th Dist. Sept. 13, 2016).*

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