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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

McCain v. Com.

... under which a law enforcement officer may, within the confines of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution ("the Fourth Amendment"), conduct a "pat-down" search for weapons on a passenger in a vehicle whose driver was stopped for a traffic violation. ...

Ellis v. Com.

... KELSEY, Judge. In the trial court, Gloria Jean Ellis entered a conditional guilty plea to a charge of possession of cocaine. On appeal, Ellis argues the trial court erroneously failed to suppress the evidence of cocaine found on her person during a traffic stop. ...

Harris v. Com.

... In this appeal, we consider whether an anonymous tip, combined with observations by a police officer, provided the officer with the reasonable suspicion required to conduct an investigative traffic stop in compliance with the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. ...