M.D.Ga.: Defs had standing in borrowed car; no RS because defs’ answers were objectively reasonable

Defendants borrowed a car and had standing in the car because it contained personal records being transported. The stop was unreasonably extended by questions about the trip. The officer found them suspicious, but the court does not. The defendants’ answers were objectively reasonable and not suspicious. [I’ll spare you the narrative, but it’s interesting.] United States v. Williams, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 29226 (M.D. Ga. Feb. 23, 2018).*

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