MA: Minor deviations from the DUI roadblock plan don’t require suppression

The minor deviations from the plan for the DUI roadblock here don’t require suppression. Commonwealth v. Baker, 2017 Mass. App. LEXIS 53 (May 4, 2017).

A citizen informant’s call that defendant had a knife in his back pocket justified a stop on reasonable suspicion. Reasonable suspicion doesn’t require complete accuracy. State v. Moore, 2017 Iowa App. LEXIS 460 (May 3, 2017).

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