AL'JIHAD : MESSENGERS (Angels & Devil) IN THE SKY (Captured Picture) AL'JIHAD Seventh Edition - Coker College copy - Page 622

suspended, a Class 1 misdemeanor. Moore was arrested and subsequently searched incident to his arrest, whereupon the officers found sixteen grams of crack cocaine and $516 in his pockets. The Circuit Court of Portsmouth heard a motion to suppress the drug evidence based on the search incident to arrest, denied the motion and found Moore guilty. He was given a 5-year prison sentence with one year and six months of the sentence suspended. That conviction was overturned by a panel decision of Virginia’s Court of Appeals invoking Virginia’s statutory arrest rules by holding that Moore’s, “. . . search was unconstitutional because the Code made clear that, absent additional facts, the detectives were required to issue appellant a summons for the misdemeanor offense of driving on a suspended license.” [3] “…” c. Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968), was a landmark decision by the United States Supreme Court which held that the Fourth Amendment prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures is not v ѕݡȁѽ́)ЁѡɕЁɥͭ́ݥѡЁɽ͔Ѽɕаѡ)ȁ́ɕͽѡЁѡͽ́ѕ)ѥȁ́ЁѼЁɥ́ɕͽѡЁѡ)ͽ䁉ɵɕ͕ѱ䁑ɽ̸ȁTLİЀ(̸AѥL=ȁA L5ͽ A䤁()ɥ͑ѥ́ѡȁѡЁɝЃL%5(иQɕɔЃL%5ɅѡЁѡ%I` =U9Qd)9I0%MQI% P =UIPLQI% %I`Y%I%9%9ձ)Ѐ%5ٽȁѼ͵́ɝ́ɕɐ)AѥLɕѥ=ȁ͔ѥ́չݙհɕи+q3e)%!wL䰁%5( =ȁÁ%̀