OH9: “Counsel’s decision not to pursue every possible angle [in a suppression motion] is not ineffective assistance.”

“Counsel’s decision not to pursue every possible angle [in a suppression motion] is not ineffective assistance.” State v. Palmer, 2018-Ohio-1486, 2018 Ohio App. LEXIS 1631 (9th Dist. Apr. 18, 2018).

Defendant’s swerving vehicle and trailer provided reasonable suspicion for a stop that he was impaired. United States v. Budde, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 67096 (D. Mont. Apr. 20, 2018).*

Apprising motorist of the consequences of refusal of a BAC test satisfies due process. Motor Vehicle Admin. v. Smith, 2018 Md. LEXIS 192 (Apr. 20, 2018).*

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