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US v. Raygoza-Garcia, 16-50490

Affirmed that Border Patrol Agents had reasonable suspicion to stop the defendant's vehicle. The defendant asked the court to take judicial notice of evidence of "unproductive stops" in the same area, or stops from which no federal prosecutions arose, which he said showed that federal agents were not properly applying the reasonable-suspicion standard. Rejecting his arguments, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the denial of his motion to suppress evidence of narcotics found as a result of the stop.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/31


  • Murguia


  • United States Ninth Circuit


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