D.Ariz.: Shooting incident 4 days earlier was RS

A shooting incident at a Tucson motel four days earlier led police to stop defendant in a car involved seen on motel video. That was reasonable suspicion. United States v. Castro, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 249438 (D.Ariz. Dec. 13, 2021).*

Defendant argued in the trial court for statutory exclusion of his Intoxilyzer results. On appeal, the Fourth Amendment was raised, but that’s waived. State v. Mayland, 2022 ND 9, 2022 N.D. LEXIS 7 (Jan. 6, 2022).

A welfare check on vehicle parked on road at night resulted in reasonable suspicion defendant was impaired. Also, in the officer’s training, he pulled his gun because defendant’s demeanor suggested an attack might be coming. United States v. Cooley, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 3641 (D.Mont. Jan. 7, 2022).*

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