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Articles Tagged with reasonable suspicion

Shawn Patrick Ellis created quite a kerfuffle in more ways than one.REASONABLE SUSPICION IN NORTH CAROLINA

His defiant middle finger and later refusal to identify himself to law enforcement resulted in a Superior Court criminal conviction for Resisting Officers.

On a day focused on NC court closures, continuances, and the Coronavirus, Justice Robin Hudson delivered an opinion addressing the legality of giving someone the middle finger.

Do-You-Consent-to-a-Sniff-Search

By Driving a Car in North Carolina, Do You Consent to a Sniff Search?  Is a Sniff even a Search?  Does the law differ between Vehicles and Persons?

Caselaw Summary For North Carolina v. Warren 

North Carolina Court of Appeals – Publication Date August 4, 2015

Modified Transcript of “Reasonable Suspicion To Stop” for Hearing Impaired:

. . .By a reasonable and articulable suspicion that the person seized is engaged in criminal activity.

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