Georgia Court Reminds Cops To Remember The PretextCourt of Appeals in Georgia throws out traffic stop where the reason for the infraction is dealt with within 5 seconds.
Mar. 12, 2014
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The Georgia Court of Appeals last week reminded local police officers to act concerned about a traffic violation when conducting a pretextual traffic stop. Woodstock police forgot to do this on April 29, 2012, when they pulled over the truck driven by Cynthia Myers, 32, with her boyfriend Adam Bennett, 25, in the passenger seat. The officer claimed he made the stop because the truck was missing its rear bumper.