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Criminal – Police had reasonable suspicion to detain defendant (access required)

Where a law enforcement officer knew there was a warrant for someone named “Lewis,” knew the defendant was known as “Lewis” and the defendant fled when he was told about the warrant, the officer had reasonable suspicion to detain him. Curtilage argument Before the district court, appellant asserted there was a lack of reasonable suspicion to justify his ...

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