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Criminal Practice – Search & Seizure – Traffic Stop – Vehicle Search — Consent
U.S. v. Ortiz The 4th Circuit offers a refresher course in assessing “probable cause” and reverses a district court order suppressing drugs found in a secret compartment of defendant’s car because the district court applied the wrong standards for determining whether police had defendant’s consent to search the vehicle and whether there was probable cause to search it.