Cal.3: Broad electronic parole search condition was reasonable and related to the crime

Defendant was convicted of identity theft and he had an electronic search condition for his release. The computer search release condition was reasonable and not overbroad, and it was related to the underlying crime and how it was committed. People v. Wright, 2019 Cal. App. LEXIS 610 (3d Dist. July 2, 2019).

Regardless of whether there was a traffic offense, the officer had reasonable suspicion that a person in the car was wanted on a warrant, and that justifies the stop, too. State v. Thomas, 2019-Ohio-2654, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 2807 (6th Dist. July 1, 2019).

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