E.D.Tex.: Body cam video showed consent was voluntary

Consent was voluntary: “As seen in the video, Defendant was calm, aware, and able to answer questions cogently. During his testimony, Defendant admitted that at the time of his arrest, Defendant knew he faced serious drug charges for the drugs found at his residence. Additionally, Defendant’s later denial of consent to search his entire residence demonstrates that Defendant was aware of his right to refuse consent and was not overwhelmed by coercive police tactics.” United States v. Murray, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 196294 (E.D. Tex. Nov. 19, 2018).*

There was reasonable suspicion for defendant’s roadside sobriety test and then Intoxilyzer test. State v. Cole, 2018 N.C. App. LEXIS 1154 (Nov. 20, 2018).*

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