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- Traffic Stop Valid Despite Dual Purpose
- Safety Questions On Investigative Detention Permissible
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- External Learning Opportunities
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Unless otherwise noted all articles are authored by Mike Novakowski, MA, LLM. The articles contained herein are provided for information purposes only and are not to be construed as legal or other professional advice. The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily the opinions of the Justice Institute of British Columbia.
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Last updated February 27, 2017