Georgia Court of Appeals Reverses Conviction for Constitutional Reasons”


At around 11:00 p.m. on April 4, 2010, a Douglasville, Georgia police officer was patrolling a local parking lot when he noticed a vehicle backed into a parking space near the lowest part of the lot. At this point the business had been closed for at least two hours and there were no other vehicles in the parking lot. As he approached, the vehicle pulled out of the parking lot. At this point, the officer activated his blue lights and the vehicle immediately stopped.

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