NH: When the RS dissipated, the stop should have ended

By the time the officer called for the drug dog, the basis for the stop (LPN) had been resolved, and defendant should have been free to leave. There was no justification or reasonable suspicion to continue the stop for anything. State v. Morrill, 2017 N.H. LEXIS 35 (March 10, 2017). From the same search: State v. Millett, 2017 N.H. LEXIS 64 (March 10, 2017).

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