Navarette v. California, SCOTUS April 22, 2014
Under the totality of the circumstances, which began when an anonymous 911 caller reported that a vehicle had run her off the road, police officer had reasonable suspicion that the driver was intoxicated so that officer’s traffic stop complied with the Fourth Amendment.
Richard v. State, Ind. Ct. App. April 23, 2014
A police dog’s alert to the presence of narcotics in a vehicle is enough to give an officer probable cause to arrest and search the vehicle’s passenger.
Wilhoite v. State, Ind. Ct. App. April 23, 2014
There is no crime of conspiracy to commit an attempt to commit a crime. (Read that 5 times fast.)
Taylor v. State, Ind. Ct. App. April 24, 2014
Trial court cannot deny an expungement based on a victim’s statement.
Bailey v. Bailey, Ind. Ct. App. April 22, 2014
A trial court cannot modify custody when neither party requests a modification of custody.
In re B.C.H. Ind. Ct. App. April 22, 2014
Grandparents were found to not be lawful custodians as statutorily required for notice and consent of their grandchild’s adoption.