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Sample WY Traffic Cases
... possession of methamphetamine. She reserved the right to appeal the district court's denial of her motion to suppress the methamphetamine evidence seized during a search of her purse following a traffic stop. In this appeal ...
... We will affirm. ISSUES. [¶ 2] Mr. Lovato presents this two-part issue: The trial court erred in finding that (1) there was "probable cause" to conduct a traffic stop of Appellant's car; and (2) the scope of the traffic stop was not exceeded by the trooper's actions. FACTS. ...
... The trooper initiated a traffic stop and Appellant identified himself as the driver. ... Appellant argued that the trooper did not have probable cause to justify the traffic stop because no statute or regulation required him to display a slow moving vehicle emblem on the forklift. ...
... We affirm. ISSUE. [¶ 3] We restate the issue Mr. Tiernan presents as follows: Whether the DVD recording taken from the trooper's patrol car supports the conclusion that he had probable cause to stop Mr. Tiernan for failing to maintain a single lane of traffic in violation of Wyo. Stat. ...
... ISSUE. [¶ 2] Mr. Parks presents the following issue: Did the district court err in its interpretation of WS § 31-2-205 and its application to a search pursuant to a traffic stop and 858 therefore err in the denial of Appellant's motion to suppress evidence? ...
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