An LPN search showed the DL of the owner suspended. It turned out, however, to be the result of a clerical error. The officer suspected defendant driver was under the influence. The stop was with reasonable suspicion under the Fourth Amendment. The Iowa constitution wasn’t argued, but the result would be the same. State v. Grady, 2020 Iowa App. LEXIS 244 (Mar. 4, 2020).
Speeding is reasonable suspicion for a stop. State v. Pullin, 2020-Ohio-787, 2020 Ohio App. LEXIS 706 (5th Dist. Mar. 2, 2020).*