Court of Appeals holds that deference is owed to traffic police

Md. high court says deference owed to traffic police

Administrative law judges must defer to a police officer’s reasonable belief that the motorist behind the steering wheel during a traffic stop was driving the car when the alleged violation occurred moments earlier, Maryland’s top court has unanimously held in ruling against a driver whose license was suspended for refusing to take a breath alcohol ...

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