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Search and Seizure — reasonable suspicion

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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Search and Seizure — reasonable suspicion

David Kammeyer appeals a judgment convicting him of second offense possession of THC as a repeater. Kammeyer pled no contest after the circuit court denied his motion to suppress evidence. Pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 971.31(10) (2009-10), Kammeyer challenges the suppression order. Because we conclude the police lacked sufficient reason to stop Kammeyer’s vehicle, we reverse the judgment and remand the cause for further proceedings. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP2935-CR State v. Kammeyer

Dist III, Chippewa County, Cameron, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Moses, Faun M., Madison; For Respondent: Gibbs, Steven H., Chippewa Falls; Remington, Christine A., Madison

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