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M. Thomas Lenway

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Daniel Thomas Donnelly

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Jeremy T Kramer

Criminal, Family Law, Traffic, Real Estate
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Katrina Louise Smeltzer

Motor Vehicle, Trucking, Wrongful Death, Accident & Injury
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Timberlake

... 1(b) (2006). Timberlake moved to suppress the gun, arguing that the search was unlawful because police did not have a sufficient basis to stop the motor vehicle in which he was a passenger. ... The conduct at issue here is the investigatory stop of a motor vehicle. ...

State v. Ortega

... In State v. Slifka, 256 NW2d 90, 91 (Minn.1977), we held that a passenger's mere presence in a motor vehicle did not provide the officer probable cause to believe the passenger constructively possessed marijuana discovered in a closed glove compartment. [4]. ...

Carlson v. Allstate Ins. Co.

... 3a(5) (2006), precludes the Allstate policy's narrow definition of "insured." The statute provides in relevant part, "If at the time of the accident the injured person is not occupying a motor vehicle or motorcycle, the injured person is entitled to select any one limit of liability for any ...