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Opinions – Maryland Court of Special Appeals: 3/7/11

Criminal Procedure Reach-in searches BOTTOM LINE: Where, police partially exposed defendants’ buttocks during searches incident to their arrests, searches were reasonable because they were “reach-in” rather than strip searches. CASE: Allen v. State, Smith v. State, Nos. 1963, 1968, Sept. ...

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Opinions – Maryland Court of Appeals: 2/22/11

Administrative Law Driver’s license suspension BOTTOM LINE: Driver’s license suspension was appropriate where the detaining officer afforded a drunk driving suspect a reasonable opportunity to consult counsel, and after failing to reach counsel, the suspect refused to take a breathalyzer ...

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