When authorities have taken an inmate’s clothing for inventory and safekeeping while he awaits trial, the Indiana Constitution requires that they must obtain a warrant to test the clothing regarding an unrelated, uncharged crime.
The State may obtain a conviction of Class A conspiracy to commit robbery with proof that the conspirators intended to cause serious bodily injury in committing the robbery.
Brief contact twice with the fog line on a curvy road at night did not confer reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop.
Affirms trial judge’s conclusion that poor county road conditions made driving left-of-center necessary so that officer did not have a reasonable suspicion for stopping motorist driving on the left.
Presence of defendant’s DNA on an object at the crime scene, standing alone, was insufficient to prove he committed the offense.