BOSTON (CyHAN)- A video footage showed American police officer shot to death a black man who got out of his car with his hands raised at shoulder height during a traffic stop in New Jersey.
What does TSTOP stand for?
TSTOP stands for Traffic Stop
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Muharram 19, 1436, Nov 12, 2014, SPA -- Police said a man who fatally shot himself during a traffic stop in Tennessee was a quadruple amputee named as a "person of interest" in the deaths of his parents in Florida, AP reported.
Drivers can raise concerns about random traffic stops with no legitimate reason by e-mailing to kat-signali@mvr.
But for some of us, a traffic stop can provide a lifelong memory worth forgetting.
LANCASTER -- An appeals court has thrown out the drug conviction of an Antelope Valley ex-convict because a nearly five-hour traffic stop by sheriff's deputies to initially investigate the licensing on his car went beyond what is constitutional.
In 2003 the Illinois Supreme Court ruled that the officers had indeed violated the Fourth Amendment by transforming the traffic stop into a drug investigation without probable cause, or even the weaker "reasonable suspicion.
Police Traffic Stops and Racial Profiling by James T.
A Longview, Texas, woman faces up to two years in jail after police found seventeen items described as "obscene materials and obscene devices" in her car during a traffic stop.