Md. top court weighs passenger pat-downs amid marijuana odor

Do the traffic-stop frisks violate the Fourth Amendment?

A raw-marijuana smell from a car at a traffic stop enables police to frisk the passengers for weapons, an attorney for the state tells Maryland’s top court.

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