AR: Drug dog at scene while warning ticket being written didn’t extend stop

This dog sniff did not extend the stop where the dog arrived while the warning ticket was being written. Mickens v. State, 2020 Ark. App. 280, 2020 Ark. App. LEXIS 307 (Apr. 29, 2020).

The blood draw of the unconscious defendant was in accord with the statute at the time, and the good faith exception would be applied. The exclusionary rule serves no purpose here. Parks v. State, 2020 Ark. App. 267, 2020 Ark. App. LEXIS 302 (Apr. 29, 2020).

Plaintiff’s incarceration from arrest to making $1 bail was based on probable cause, so his § 1983 case fails to state a claim. His appearing at arraignment in jail clothes wasn’t a Fourth Amendment issue. Salem v. City of New York. 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 13755 (2d Cir. Apr. 29, 2020).*

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