HI: DWI stop not “custody”, and statements made during FST were admissible

Defendant was not in custody at the time she made statements during a FST. State v. Sagapolutele-Silva, 2022 Haw. LEXIS 85 (June 3, 2022); State v. Manion, 2022 Haw. LEXIS 86 (June 3, 2022).

Defendant’s claim that her daughter was coerced into providing the passcode to the cell phone was not developed and is treated as waived. Guidry v. State, 2022 Nev. LEXIS 38 (June 2, 2022).*

Summary judgment was not proper here because there were factual issues for trial that the plaintiffs were detained without reasonable suspicion. Shaw v. Schulte, 2022 U.S. App. LEXIS 15468 (10th Cir. June 6, 2022).*

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