North Dakota Supreme Court Upholds Stopping Visitors in New Cars
- A North Dakota Supreme Court ruling authorizes police to stop anyone
displaying a temporary vehicle registration from another state.
Out-of-state motorists face being stopped in the state of North Dakota
when driving a vehicle with a temporary registration tag, even if the
registration is entirely valid. The North Dakota Supreme Court came to
this conclusion Thursday in a ruling that found that Grand Forks
police officers had properly stopped and searched Clinton Mitchell on
October 1, 2006.
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