D.Conn.: Collective knowledge doctrine requires passing on some of the “knowledge”

Another officer stopping the defendant under the collective knowledge doctrine at least has to be informed of what the “knowledge” is that warrants the stop. Without it, no reasonable suspicion. United States v. Roman, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 30416 (D.Conn. Feb. 22, 2022).

The statute pertaining to signaling when leaving a driveway applies to leaving a parking lot, so there was reasonable suspicion for the stop. State v. Willard, 2022 ND 34, 2022 N.D. LEXIS 33 (Feb. 18, 2022).*

Defendant’s conclusory Franks allegations and ineffective assistance of counsel claim don’t entitle him to even a hearing. Stanley v. State, 2022 Del. LEXIS 64 (Feb. 21, 2022).*

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