OH5: RS existed for traffic stop despite fact the sign wasn’t high enough under the traffic code

The officer had reasonable suspicion for defendant’s stop despite the fact the sign he ignored wasn’t the proper height under the motor vehicle code. State v. Norman, 2019-Ohio-3242, 2019 Ohio App. LEXIS 3331 (5th Dist. Aug. 12, 2019).*

Reasonable suspicion defendant accessed child pornography was the justification for defendant’s stop, and he voluntarily agreed to go back to his house with the police. He was interviewed at home and then arrested. United States v. Sloane, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 137057 (M.D. La. Aug. 13, 2019).*

Defendant’s guilty plea waived his Fourth Amendment claim that he was arrested without a warrant. [Which doesn’t matter in felony cases anyway.] Hays v. State, 2019 Miss. App. LEXIS 389 (Aug. 13, 2019).*

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