Crespo was indicted for unlawful possession of cocaine. Crespo made a motion to suppress the evidence seized by a
police officer on a warrantless stop of the Defendant's car. At the suppression hearing, the police officer testified that he worked with the MEG and that an informant had told the officer that the cocaine would be in the car at that time. The informant did not testify, and the informant was not able to state that a meeting between the defendant and another person was the meeting where the defendant purchased the cocaine. The police officer was also not able to provide other examples of this informant's accurate and reliable information.
As the judge, how would you rule on the motion to suppress?
Recently Asked Questions
- What is the connection between victimization and subsequent offending behavior?
- How do you outline the criminal trail process to a group of teenagers from beginning to end including how the rules of evidence influence the trial process
- what are the points in the economic consequences of an execution outweighs its value to the public?