Equipment violations; reasonable suspicion
In this appeal, Matthew M. Gilbert limits his challenge to the reasonable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop. In particular, he asserts that the arresting officer did not articulate facts that gave rise to a reasonable suspicion of equipment violations warranting an investigative traffic stop. He also contends that “the circuit court failed to make an objective legal analysis of the facts” when it concluded there was reasonable suspicion to conduct the stop. We reject his claims and affirm. This opinion will not be published.
2010AP2672-CR State v. Gilbert
Dist II, Waukesha County, Haughney, J., Anderson, J.
Attorneys: For Appellant: Wiesmueller, Christopher Lee, Waukesha; For Respondent: Weber, Gregory M., Madison; Dewire, Jayne Davis, Waukesha