Caldwell County, NC Traffic Lawyers

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Dewey Lynn Keller, Law Faculty
Criminal, Traffic, Juvenile Law
213 Main St, N W, Fl 14
Lenoir, NC 28645, Caldwell County
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Thomas W. Whisnant
Criminal, Traffic
Lenoir, NC 28645, Caldwell County
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Bruce L. Cannon
Criminal, Personal Injury, Family Law, Traffic
Lenoir, NC 28645, Caldwell County

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Sample NC Traffic Cases

... Charlotte Gail Blake, Jefferson, for defendant-appellant. NEWBY, Justice. In this case we must determine whether defendant's Fourth Amendment rights were 439 violated by the traffic stop that led to his convictions. Because ...

... We reverse and remand. The pertinent facts are summarized as follows: On 6 March 2005, Officer Brandon Gilmore ("Gilmore"), a K-9 officer with the Waynesville Police Department, participated in a joint law enforcement effort to enforce traffic violations on Interstate 40. ...

... Accordingly, I am compelled to respectfully dissent. ANALYSIS. I. THE FOURTH AMENDMENT AND TRAFFIC STOPS. A. The Foundational Importance of the Fourth Amendment. ... [4]. B. A Perpetuated Mistake of Law: "Impeding Traffic". ...

... This case, which involves an investigatory traffic stop and the subsequent criminal trial, presents three issues. First, we determine whether the law enforcement officers who conducted the traffic stop had reasonable suspicion to justify their detention of defendant. ...

... Bradley testified that "[r]ight after the traffic stop was pretty much over," she asked Roth. ... This Court has held that when a traffic stop is illegally extended, the seizure becomes unlawful and the driver may challenge the constitutionality of the extended seizure. ...