Evidence seized by police officer as part of his search incident to arrest is admissible because his discovery of the arrest warrant attenuated the connection between the unlawful stop and the evidence seized incident to arrest.
When jury instruction did not shift the State’s burden of proof, there is no error so fundamental as to preclude a fair trial.
Trial courts have an affirmative duty to insure a speedy trial.
The Fourth Amendment permits warrantless breath tests inci¬dent to arrests for drunk driving but not warrantless blood tests.
Under the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA), a state crime cannot qualify as an ACCA predicate if its elements are broader than those of a listed generic offense.