The Low Speed Chase that Gives Us Admissible Cell Phone Photo after a Warrantless Search

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A police officer stopped a car driving with a flat tire, cracked windshield and its bright lights on. The resulting stop and arrest gives us an unpublished opinion where a warrantless search of a cell phone produced admissible photos.

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