... The question in this DWI case is whether a police officer has probable cause or reasonable
suspicion for a traffic stop when the officer observes the tires of the defendant's vehicle cross
into an adjacent same-direction lane by a tire's width a single time when there is no other ...
...  "Circumstantial evidence is as probative as direct evidence in establishing the guilt of an actor"
and "the standard of review on appeal is the same for both direct and circumstantial evidence
cases."  Being intoxicated at the scene of a traffic accident in which the actor was a ...
... Background. On August 31, 2005, at about 11:00 am, Department of Public Safety Trooper Jason
Shea made a traffic stop of appellant because he believed that appellant's vehicle had illegal
tint on its windows. Appellant does not challenge the legality of the reason for the stop. ...
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