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Authority Check Report Generated on August 1, 2012

Eubanks v. Lawson, 122 F.3d 639 (C.A.8 (Ark.), 1997)

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Citing Cases 1. Clayborn v. Steubing (E.D. Mo., 2012) March 26, 2012

...(8th Cir. 1996)). Further, an officer may stop someone in order to investigate a crime, but only upon reasonable suspicion and only for so long as necessary to conduct a reasonable investigation. Eubanks v. Lawson , 122 F.3d 639, 641 (8th Cir. 1997) (citations omitted).Plaintiff alleges numerous facts in her Complaint and contends that, based on these facts, the Defendant officers held Plaintiff for an unreasonable amount of time and manner and did not have probable cause to believe that Plaintiff had committed the crime of passing a counterfeit bill. Thus, Plaintiff contends that the... 2. U.S. v. Randall, 211 F.Supp.2d 1127 (D. Neb., 2001) November 13, 2001 a short period of time. United States v. Bell, 183 F.3d 746, 749 (8th Cir.1999). An investigative stop may last only so long as is necessary Page 1134 to conduct a reasonable investigation. Eubanks v. Lawson, 122 F.3d 639, 641 (8th Cir.1997) (citing United States v. Willis, 967 F.2d 1220, 1224 (8th Cir.1992)). Trooper Pelster's stop of this defendant was not excessive in time. In a period of twenty minutes, the officer stopped the vehicle, radioed in the vehicle and driver's licenses and received responses, wrote out the warning ticket, and performed the search of the vehicle... 3. Cline v. Union County, Iowa, 182 F.Supp.2d 791 (S.D. Iowa, 2001) October 30, 2001 an actual constitutional right. Cline's complaint alleges Defendants arrested and prosecuted him without probable cause. The Fourth Amendment protects persons from unlawful search and seizure. See Eubanks v. Lawson, 122 F.3d 639, 641 (8th Cir.1997). As the court found above, Cline has established genuine issues of material fact precluding summary judgment on his claims regarding illegal arrest. The Court finds that, taken in the light most favorable to Cline, the facts alleged could show Defendants' conduct violated his constitutional rights. The Court next addresses whether the claims... 1999-2012 Fastcase, Inc. Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Scope of Coverage

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