A Pretextual Traffic Stop Should Require Sufficient Pretext | Cato @ Liberty

Hopefully, SCOTUS agrees to hear the Sievers case or summarily reverses the Nebraska Supreme Court. SCOTUS has already ceded too much leeway to police to stop motorists as pretext, but police officers should at least meet the minimum standard for a legal stop.

Source: A Pretextual Traffic Stop Should Require Sufficient Pretext | Cato @ Liberty

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Yeah, seek one part of the Gooferment to protect us from another part of the Gooferment.

Don’t be surprised at the outcome.

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