Motion to Suppress Granted When No Articulable Suspicion

We find it tough to win on motions to suppress evidence because police officers will regularly testify to circumstances that they allegedly observed at the time of the search that are not written in the police report. It often seems like the testimony is just too convenient to preserve the evidence creating a totality of circumstances that support an articulable suspicion. In the following appellate court ruling, however, the appellate court ruled as we have dreamed would happen (maybe dream is too strong a word). To read a short summary of the decision suppressing the evidence, click on the following link.
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