State of Delaware v. Fernandes, DeFAX Case No. D66306 (C.P. New Castle May 7, 2014) Danberg, J. (5 pages).
Where officer possessed requisite reasonable, articulable suspicion, the court of common pleas denied Marissa Fernandes' motion to suppress evidence seized pursuant to a traffic stop in her trial for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Driving Vehicle While Licenses Suspended/Revoked.
|June 04, 2014
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