Illinois Court Curbs Police In Traffic Stops

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The Illinois Supreme Court has restricted police investigations in traffic stops. The Chicago Sun-Times says the court held in two cases that a traffic stop does not give police license to conduct a full-fledged criminal investigation. The court reversed a marijuana conviction of Roy Caballes, who was stopped for speeding and then arrested for having
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