Md. high court will consider constitutionality of pat-downs at traffic stops

Does strong marijuana odor provide 'reasonable suspicion'?

Maryland’s top court will consider whether police officers, upon smelling a strong odor of marijuana in the vehicle, may frisk all the passengers in a car they have stopped for a traffic violation.

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