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1999 - 1998

  • CA5 Grants Motion to Suppress (9/30/1998)
    CA5 finds that a Border Patrol stop violated the Fourth Amendment, and grants the motion to suppress. (U.S. v. Moreno-Chaparro, 9/30/98)
    AILA Doc. No. 98093059.
  • CA5 Finds Vehicle Stop Violates 4th Amendment (8/17/1998)
    CA5 finds a Fourth Amendment violation and conclude that there were insufficient articulable facts surrounding the Border Patrol's stop of a vehicle to satisfy the constitutional requirement of reasonable suspicion. (U.S. v. Rodriquez-Rivas, 8/17/98)
  • CA5 Grants Motion to Suppress (7/31/1998)
    Motion to Suppress granted where there was no reasonable suspicion for traffic stop. (U.S. v. Jones, 7/31/98)
    AILA Doc. No. 98073159.
  • CA5 Upholds Denial of Motion to Suppress (5/29/1998)
    Motion to suppress evidence from a Border Patrol stop denied where the totality of the circumstances was sufficient to justify the stop in this case. (United States v. Nichols, 5/29/98)
    AILA Doc. No. 98052940.