Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives received a tip from an informant that an individual was dealing drugs out of a hotel room. Detectives went to the hotel with no a warrant to knock on the door and make speak to with the alleged dealer. Did detectives violate defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution when the detectives entered defendant’s hotel room right after defendant voluntarily opened the door in response to their “knock”? (8th Cir. […]Published at Tue, 31 Mar 2015 03:55:17 +0000
Motion to Suppress No Probable Result in for Targeted traffic Stop Jurisdiction: County Court, Broward County, Florida Place of Incident: Coral Springs, FL Concerns: Did the police officer have probable trigger to cease defendant’s car for a violation of Florida Statute 316.089(1), failure to keep a single lane, when crossing the lane line did not interfere with […]
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Published at Fri, 27 Mar 2015 16:55:57 +0000