OH3: Collins v. Virginia not retroactive on post-conviction relief

Defendant’s claim that Collins v. Virginia applied on post-conviction is denied. The search was two years before Collins was decided, and trial and appeal were over by then. It isn’t retroactive to final cases. State v. Parsons, 2020-Ohio-3917, 2020 Ohio App. LEXIS 2819 (3d Dist. Aug. 3, 2020).

There was reasonable suspicion for defendant’s stop and detention. His efforts to distinguish apparently controlling authority is inadequate. State v. Williams, 2020 SD 44, 2020 S.D. LEXIS 80 (July 29, 2020).*

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