Whenever a police officer makes a traffic stop, there is an issue of whether police can search the car. Sometimes, probable cause to search is relatively obvious, especially if there is, for example, thick marijuana smoke billowing out of the car window into the officer’s face as the driver rolls down the window to speak to the officer. 750 more words
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TORRANCE (CBSLA.com) — A 53-year-old man was in custody Thursday after being arrested in connection with three South Bay robberies.
Nathaniel Joseph Allen, of Gardena, was arrested Nov. 106 more words
Traffic Stop Proper Where Officer Sees Driver Texting While Parked, But Then Move While Making “Similar Movements”
Newspaper and television recently gave large amounts of publicity to the death of a teenager who apparently was texting while driving and ran into another car, killing herself. 629 more words