Illinois Supreme Court: Cop Cannot Pull Over A Man Looking For A WomanTop court in Illinois rules that police must have a valid reason for stopping a motorist before asking for identification.
Mar. 28, 2014
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A police officer who pulls over a car he believes is driven by a wanted woman must end the traffic stop once he realizes the driver is actually a man. The Illinois Supreme Court came to this conclusion last week in deciding 5 to 2 that Derrick A. Cummings had his constitutional rights violated when he was stopped and arrested on January 27, 2011.