New York: Judge Rules Careful Driving Is Not A CrimeNew York county judge rules driving with two hands on the wheel does not create a suspicion of criminal activity.
Mar. 27, 2013
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Driving with hands on the wheel, arms extended, without passing other vehicles is not a crime in New York, a county judge ruled last week. St. Lawrence County Surrogate's Court Judge Kathleen Martin Rogers found the US Border Patrol had been wrong to stop Corene M. Deer and Rachel C. Morgan, who were driving carefully at around 8pm on January 18, 2012 in the town of Gouverneur.