SCOTUS: KANSAS vs GLOVER RULING TODAY

When a police officer lacks information negating an inference that a person driving is the vehicle’s owner, an investigative traffic stop made after running the vehicle’s license plate and learning that the registered owner’s driver’s license has been revoked is reasonable under the Fourth Amendment.

SCOTUS: KANSAS vs GLOVER RULING

Here are the dockets, briefs , and ruling:

DAWG SAYS: BASICALLY IT SAYS POLICE OFFICERS CAN STOP A CAR WITH KNOWLEDGE THE OWNER IS UNLICENSED, EVEN IF THEY DO NOT KNOW IF THE OWNER IS DRIVING OR NOT AND NO OTHER VIOLATIONS.