November 6, 2014
Larry Williams v. State
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Mr. Williams was arrested on drug charges. He argued the evidence should not be allowed at trial because the deputy did not have a reasonable suspicion to stop him and thus violated the Fourth Amendment. The trial judge denied his motion. Mr. Williams pleaded no contest to the charges and reserved the issue for appeal. The Fourth District Court of Appeal upheld the trial court’s ruling on Mr. Williams’ motion.