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State v. Klamm

Supreme Court of North Dakota

November 21, 2013

State of North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellee
v.
Andrew Neal Klamm, Defendant and Appellant

Appeal from the District Court of Grand Forks County, Northeast Central Judicial District, the Honorable Sonja Clapp, Judge.

Faye A. Jasmer, Assistant State's Attorney, and Jared J. Wall, under the Rule on Limited Practice of Law by Law Students, for plaintiff and appellee; submitted on brief.

David C. Thompson, for defendant and appellant.

PER CURIAM

[¶ 1] Andrew Klamm appeals from a judgment entered after the district court denied his motion to suppress evidence and he entered a conditional guilty plea to driving under the influence. Klamm argues law enforcement stopped his vehicle without reasonable suspicion he was violating the law. We summarily affirm under N.D.R.App.P. 35.1(a)(3), concluding law enforcement had reasonable suspicion to make the stop.

[¶ 2] Gerald W.VandeWalle, C.J., Dale V. Sandstrom, Daniel J. Crothers, Mary Muehlen Maring, Carol Ronning Kapsner


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