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MONTANA DUI MANUAL

If the officer has particularized suspicion, then the vehicle may be stopped. Section 46-5-401, M.C.A., defines an investigative stop. Most “stops” are obvious.

PARTICULARIZED REPRESENTATIONS AND RICHNESS OF THE BASE: EVIDENCE ...

1 PARTICULARIZED REPRESENTATIONS AND RICHNESS OF THE BASE: EVIDENCE FROM PONAPEAN CONSONANT PHONOLOGY Robert Kennedy Department of Linguistics

THE PROBLEM WITH PARTICULARIZED INJURY: THE DISJUNCTURE BETWEEN ...

1 the problem with particularized injury: the disjuncture between broad-based environmental harm and standing jurisprudence hope m.babcock* i. introduction ...

PREFACE

store and get into a vehicle, and call police, who stopped the vehicle. The defendant challenged the stop as lacking particularized suspicion because the officer himself ...

GUIDANCE ON INFORMATION REQUESTS OGC GUIDANCE MEMORANDUM 12-01 ...

the Statute, specifically the “particularized need” standard. When must an Agency provide information requested by a Union? Under Section

Beckles, Linda and Sharfstein, Steve HANDOUT 1 Info Req Reference ...

fulfilling its representational responsibilities under the Statute. Further, the union’s articulation of a particularized must be made at, or near, the time of the ...

Civic Engagement and Particularized Trust

Civic Engagement and Particularized Trust: The Ties that Bind People to Their Ethnic Communities* Eric M. Uslaner Department of Government and Politics

Social Reality: Constructing Identification through Group ...

Social Reality: Constructing Identification through Group Polarization and Particularized Trust G. Kendrick Matthews Communication Ethics Professor Fred Fogo 15 ...

Info Requests in a Nutshell

Whether the requested info appears to meet the “particularized need” standard established by the FLRA; i.e., whether it is “necessary,” as opposed to “helpful ...

San Diego District Attorney

criminal activity not related to the traffic stop, and for which there is no particularized suspicion, is a Fourth Amendment violation, per the Ninth Circuit.