Ninth Circuit Rules Innocent Driving Is Suspicious
A combination of non-suspicious driving characteristics can give rise to the suspicion of criminal activity in the opinion of the full Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals. In a Christmas Eve ruling, the judges weighed whether Border Patrol agents were right to conduct a "border stop" of a red Ford F-150 pickup truck on Interstate 15 while 70 miles north of the border with Mexico.
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