DescriptionCase Study:Officer Taylor is on routine nighttime patrol when she notices a vehicle pass her driven by an African American female. The vehicle appears to have a broken taillight that appears to be covered with colored tape. She directs the driver to pull the car to the side of the road. The car is an older model gold Pontiac and as Officer Taylor walks to the driver-side of the vehicle, she remembers that a car fitting this general description was the suspected car in a recent road side killing of a fellow police officer.The driver has long braids, tattoos, and a nose ring. As Officer Taylor looks at the driver, she thinks to herself, Another one of those people we need to get off the streets.Wanting to make sure that she is safe, Officer Taylor asks the driver to step out of her vehicle for a brief pat-down for weapons. She pats her down and finding no weapons, Officer Taylor asks the driver to have a seat back inside her vehicle. Officer Taylor then asks the driver for her drivers license and registration. Instead of providing her drivers license and registration, the driver speeds away resulting in a high speed chase.The chase ends when the fleeing car hits a telephone pole and crashes.Concerned that the car may ignite in flames from a leaking gas tank, Officer Taylor removes the unconscious woman to a safe distance from the vehicle. Officer Taylor returns to the vehicle to locate the drivers purse for identification. As she enters the vehicle, Officer Taylor notices the glove compartment has popped open and that underneath some documents is a gun which she retrieves. Officer Taylor also retrieves the drivers purse from the floor on the passenger side of the vehicle. Officer Taylor opens the purse to get the womans identification and finds what appears to be a baggie of marijuana. It is later determined that this vehicle was not the car involved in the shooting death of the fellow officer. It is also later determined that the taillight was not broken.Please answer the following questions explaining your answer in detail by analyzing the facts presented and other factors you consider relevant; defining and explaining key legal terms; and citing legal authority (your text and other legal authority) to support your conclusions in a 23-page paper (excluding the title page and reference page):Did Officer Taylors thoughts about those people influence her decision-making during this stop?Did Officer Taylor have reasonable suspicion to make the initial stop of this vehicle?Was the pat-down of the driver legal?Did exigent circumstances exist for Officer Taylor to give chase to this vehicle?Was the gun in plain view and legally obtained?Will the marijuana baggie be admissible evidence?
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