Traffic Stops Conducted Without Reasonable Suspicion May Lead to the Suppression of Evidence
“Evidence obtained following traffic stop conducted without reasonable suspicion, including Defendant’s admission, three (3) failed sobriety tests, and marijuana contained in defendants bra, which she voluntarily surrendered to police, was inadmissible in prosecution for Operating While Intoxicated and Possession of Marijuana as fruit of the poisonous tree.” Robinson v. State, 985 N.E. 2d 1141 (Ind. App. 2013).