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Officer had reasonable suspicion to detain driver to perform field sobriety tests (1/18/23 #1)


State v. Kelly A. Monson, 2022AP1438-CR, District 2, 1/18/23 (one-judge decision; ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs) There was reasonable suspicion to detain Monson and have her perform field sobriety tests. Officer Kramer saw Monson’s car stopped in traffic a full vehicle length back from a stop sign, something “out of the ordinary” that […]


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