Klomliam v. State

Defendant entered conditional pleas of guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance. Defendant appealed the district court’s denial of her motion to suppress, arguing that marijuana evidence discovered in her vehicle following a traffic stop was the product of an unlawful detention. Specifically, Defendant argued that her detention was unreasonable because the questioning of Defendant was not tailored to the traffic stop and was not supported by a reasonable suspicion that a crime was being committed. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that, under the totality of the circumstances, the questioning and detention of Defendant were reasonable and did not violate Wyo. Const. art. I, 4. View "Klomliam v. State" on Justia Law