US v. Leonardo Triana

US v. Leonardo Triana, 2019 WL 178411, (January 14, 2019), UNPUBLISHED The Court affirmed the district court’s denial of a motion to suppress, holding that the traffic stop at issue was not unlawfully prolonged but rather became a consensual encounter. The Court held that a reasonable person would have felt free to leave based on…

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United States v. Erickson Campbell

United States v. Erickson Campbell, 2019 WL 125649 (January 8, 2019) The Court overruled its prior “overall reasonableness” standard for prolonged stops and held that officer’s traffic stop was unreasonably prolonged by the officer asking questions unrelated to the stop. The Court further held that the good faith exception made suppression unwarranted despite the government…

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