IL: Arrest of driver would not make passengers think they were free to leave; continuation of stop was with RS

Passengers would not think they were free to leave based on the arrest and handcuffing of defendant driver. The continuation of the stop, however, was with reasonable suspicion because of furtive movements. People v. Veal, 2017 IL App (1st) 150500, 2017 Ill. App. LEXIS 286 (May 2, 2017).

Even though defendant’s parole search was conducted by police officers and not parole officers, it was conducted with a high degree of reasonable suspicion, and it was, therefore, reasonable. People v McMillan, 2017 NY Slip Op 03446, 2017 N.Y. LEXIS 1220 (May 2, 2017).*

Officers detaining plaintiff resulting in a 72 hour mental commitment hold acted with probable cause that she would hurt herself. Therefore, the action was properly dismissed. Julian v. Mission Cmty. Hosp., 2017 Cal. App. LEXIS 400 (2d Dist. May 2, 2017).*

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